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Fundamental flaws are at the root of school funding woes

March 9, 2014

Several school districts in the region appear to be having even greater budget struggles for 2014-15 and have asked for exemptions that would allow them to raise taxes beyond what state law allows....

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catmantwo

Mar-10-14 12:46 PM

We should just hand the public school graduates a welfare card on graduation night. This will cut out the red tape and speed up the process, since they will neither find a job or be qualified for the few that are available. Feel really sad for the current generation. Hope your parents have a big, heated basement for you to live in.

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mikekerstetter

Mar-10-14 4:24 AM

Does the answer to every problem have to be to throw more money at it? Personally, I think we had better education when there were more kids per classroom and the classes were set by student learning ability.

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LaughIn

Mar-09-14 11:05 AM

"Gotta love" Scientific Theory, (oh gee golley). Tin can your propaganda "lil miss" re-run radio! If you do not like teaching, go work for the "gas" industry. "Sheesh" that won't work, no union.

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Sapperfox

Mar-09-14 10:50 AM

Since One-term Tom has been governor over 20,000 teachers have been laid-off state wide and he has nothing to do with it??? Really??? Wow!!! That is some serious "kool-aid". The reality is the governor has an agenda to spend as little upon public education as possible. Why? Class and race have a lot to do with it. If only America had leaders like President Ike and Admiral Rickover again who saw the connection between a sound public education system with academic rigor. Instead our choice is between Barak and Tom which of course is no choice. Does the author of this article really want to promote age discrimination? Perhaps nepotism and cronyism? They all exist with seniority, they would be rampant without! No teacher over 40 years of age would be safe and you would be well advised to be related to a local school board member. Sadly what America needs is another "Sputnik" moment to truly awaken the nation to the national defense priority of quality publi

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