Principal's golf cart riles parents

March 31, 2008
Montgomery County (Md.) administrator uses cart to get around vast school

The redesigned $87 million Richard Montgomery High School in Montgomery County, Md., occupies a building that's as long as two football fields. So Moreno Carrasco, the principal, decided to buy a golf cart to help him get around. This has not gone over well with some in the school community. Parent activists have seized on the golf cart as a symbol of administrative excess in a school system that is asking everyone else to endure cuts.

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