Papio-LV finds itself alone on school law
“We need to take the hard path of change. That's always tougher than living with things the way they are.”
The creators of the learning community law on Tuesday challenged its greatest detractor - the Papillion-La Vista school district - on its commitment to the new educational direction in metropolitan Omaha. via Omaha World-Herald
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#1 Feb 13, 2008
We live in PLV school district by choice, and not Douglas county. We sold our old house in Omaha and moved to LaVista, mostly to avoid the OPS district. We have lived here for 16 years and love the schools. I don't want to be part of the learning community, and I'm glad our school district is listening to our concerns. Thank you.
#2 Feb 14, 2008
fully agree with you. the PLV District leaders are doing a good job on this one. Hope they have a chance.
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