May 16, 2018
 
When he campaigned for a seat on the Board of Education back in 2013, Adil Baguirov made three simple campaign promises. The first and most important was to bring the school system a better cultural and academic curriculum. That was because the district had to do something different, given their status as the second-worst district in the state of Ohio. He also promised better financial transparency and accountability, which was sorely lacking at the time, and to bring more money into the schools in the first place.

Adil Baguirov

His third promise was to attempt to bring better technology to the schools. They included better computers for students, of course, but it also included special software to provide better academic support for students, as well as a mobile app to provide parents with more information and control over the school experience. Overall, Adil Baguirov has been able to help his fellow board members to fulfill all of those promises, which shouldn’t be surprising when you examine his background. You see, Adil Baguirov owns one of the best logistics and transportation company in Dayton and he is also a prolific commercial real estate investor.
November 20, 2017
 
Adil Baguirov
Transportation neglect was obvious across Dayton Public Schools, as Adil Baguirov observed once a member of the Dayton Board of Education in 2013. With many goals on his agenda, and campaign promises to keep, Baguirov worked toward them one by one, but he swiftly added transportation issues to his to-do list. The oldest bus in the district was 27 years old and the average ages of these vehicles were 15 years. Baguirov knew Dayton could do better. He worked tirelessly to help the school system finance the purchase of 115 new, comfortable, safe, top-of-the-line school buses. This purchase also included, with Baguirov’s assistance, ten-year warranties at an interest rate of 2.06%. This achievement will save Dayton schools financially overall in parts, fuel and efficiency.