Letters to the Editor - Letters
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#1 Nov 14, 2009
Ref: Jim Wolfe's ltr, "Use waiver days to teach children" hits the nail on the head. You, myself, and probably a large portion of Hawaii citizens have been saying this all along, but "IS ANYONE LISTENING?" It doesn't take an act of God to get this moving. All it takes is for the DOE/BOE to make it happen. Come on people, enough is enough. Remember DOE/BOE and HGEA, if you're not part of the solution, then you are part of the problem.
And again for those citizens blaming the governor for the instructional furlough days, she didn't designate instructional days as furlough days, that was decided by the DOE/BOE.
#3 Nov 14, 2009
Like it or Not,The Governor IS To Blame. She will not hold another elected office for the rest of her life because of her actions now and in the last 8 years.
#4 Nov 14, 2009
The teachers could have avoided these furloughs but they preferred to slam the door in the face of the children. That is really the shame people do not wnat to face as we like to think of our teachers as professionals who would never abandon the children. They did.
#5 Nov 14, 2009
furlow, shmurlow I is be doing jus fine wifout a 4maul edukshun.
fire all the teachers an git on wiff mo impotant tings like putten lots moe [email protected] in our residential areas. Wiff no school, the keeds kin sleep while the touris are at the beach.
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