During his campaign for Dayton Public Schools’ Board of Education in 2013, Adil Baguirov made three simple campaign promises. He promised to bring the school system a better cultural and academic curriculum, of course, because they needed to do something different, as the second worst district in the state of Ohio. When you look at his background, Adil Baguirov has a lot to offer. He owns one of the best logistics and transportation company in all of Dayton and he is also a prolific commercial real estate investor of some note. Adil has also authored some academic books and articles and he also is highly valued for his talents as a public speaker and lecturer.
Adil Baguirov has also moderated a number of academic conferences and he has audited many university-level classes. He has also played a key role in research at several think tanks. That is why he felt confident running for a position on the Dayton Public Schools’ Board of Education. It’s also obvious that the people in the district agreed, since they elected him.
In all, Adil Baguirov made three primary promises during his campaign. He promised better financial transparency and accountability on the part of the district. Adil also promised to bring better technology to the schools, including better computers for students, special software to provide academic support for students and a mobile app to provide parents with more information and control over the school experience. He also promised to see to it that more money made it into the classroom. He was actually able to fulfill all three promises and largely exceeded expectations in every way.