I would like to think that we could hope for rather more than “gets his point across” in this context. The gentleman is in the education business, after all. Furthermore, the sentence is atrocious: one doesn’t say “the most than.” One says either “more than” or “the most.” It's the difference between a comparative and superlative, and Mr. Superintendent doesn’t appear to know the difference.
You kids and your fancy new "phones". My phone is over three years old, and it's built like a tank. I've dropped it on concrete and in puddles, and it still keeps going. I get a week on a charge. It doesn't have a single game on it, and I don't pay for SMS either. It's a *phone*.