Obstacles to Reform – Lowell Edition

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The Lowell School Superintendent tried to put out an RFP to determine if using a private vendor for school food services would save money. Other cities have done this and it is also standard practice at most colleges and universities (even the state-funded ones).

So, what did this exploration of potential savings earn her? An expletive laced series of threats from school committee member Regina Faticanti. Read the whole thing here.

Fun fact — Regina Faticanti is a member of the School Committee’s Discipline subcommitee.