And not about why Heath Morrison was forced out as superintendent but rather McCraw is demanding an investigation into how an internal investigation on Morrison was leaked to the press. Which is to say that McCraw is very much a part of the problem over at CMS — the school system can’t rebuild public trust as long as it’s conducting a witch hunt for those responsible for keeping the public informed of the true reason for departure of its top executive.

Or as Rick Thames, Charlotte Observer executive editor, put it:

“The problem here isn’t a leak. The real problem is that the school board has starved the public, and continues to starve the public, of the answers it deserves about the board’s split with the superintendent.”