Much in the way that it usually isn't good to be called to the principal's office, districts generally want to stay off the Board of Ed's agenda. I mentioned this last month when it was referenced by the Commissioner in passing.
As the T&G comments, the follow-up on that is tomorrow. There is a 106-page report regarding the district (I'm still reading that), a timeline going back to 2003, and (I haven't seen one of these before) a rundown to state spending, as controlled by DESE, in the district since 2005. As best as I can tell, these latter two seem to be a sort of "don't blame us!" from DESE regarding the district.
I'll be there, so notes to follow tomorrow.