Since Adil Baguirov was elected to the Dayton Public Schools Board of Education, he has helped bring about several changes in the system that have made things better. By helping to modernize the system, Dayton Public Schools are in better shape than they have been in years. Despite increasing unfunded mandates and constantly changing rules by Washington DC and Columbus, the district received its first-ever "A" on their 2016 state report card, which was enough to avert the state takeover, which had been threatened for years before Adil Baguirov was elected.
Another change Adil Baguirov helped bring about was the move to replace 115 school buses with state-of-the-art models with long warranties. The 10-year bumper-to-bumper warranty that comes with all of them promises to save plenty of money over that period, as well as help alleviate pressures on the DPS maintenance mechanics. Even before that, constituents should be happy that he and the board were able to secure financing with existing money at a tiny 2.06 percent interest rate. In four very active years with an urban Board of Education in the second-poorest school district in Ohio, Adil Baguirov has made a significant difference.