In an audit report that he called the worst ever of a school district in Pennsylvania, he derided the district’s leadership, financial management and ability to provide students with a quality education. He said if things didn’t change quickly, there would be a more than strong chance the state would take the district over.
On Friday, DePasquale was back in town to provide an update. The story wasn’t much better.
“It is, again, not a pretty picture,” he said during a press conference at the Reading State Office Building.