On Tuesday, Quinn said school starts next week and by then things
should be "put on the right course."
Three trustees have already
resigned, and Quinn has been urging the remaining six to quit for
more than a week. So far, they aren't going anywhere.
A state panel recommended all the trustees should go amid
allegations that some pushed for less qualified students to be
admitted to the school.
Quinn has been cagey about what he'll do if the trustees don't
quit, but he's said he has no doubt he has the power to remove them.
When Quinn was asked if there was a chance he wouldn't remove the
remaining trustees, he said not to "hold your breath."
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