- they had actually laid off 140 administrators, too (try 17)
- that the administrators they did lay off were actually employed by the district (at least one left months ago)
- the layoffs showed a commitment to equity (they don't - the southeast side takes the worst hit - and it's getting difficult to invoke hand-tying Ed Code policies)
SFUSD always seems surprised when its stakeholders find it difficult to express trust. This is the kind of stuff that causes the lack of trust. Either they just don't get it or they just don't care.