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I can agree to that.
The problem is, you can't deal with the teachers contracts on a LOCAL level as they are controlled by their union masters and contracts.
As to what the tea party involvement is in education reform, please provide an example.
Well, an example would be how the BOE President, who is the Tea Party head of Warren County, I believe, not sure 100% on that, takes the message "on the road" to counsel other districts within the state on BOE philosophy.
How about worrying about what is happening LOCALLY?
In addition, the BOE proposal reads like SB5 to me, and that has already been dealt with through a statewide vote. Now whether you agree or disagree with how that shook out, the reality is, it was rejected, yet all those issues seemed to have crept in to the BOE proposal.