School systems share dilemmas with state reps
State lawmakers are facing a delicate balance over the next two months of the legislative session as they look for avenues to continue to contribute funds toward public education, while simultaneously bolstering other, economically weakened areas in the state's budget.
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#1 Jan 28, 2012
heres a good idea.. STOP SPENDING MONEY!Start cutting back,The tax payers are getting tired of paying out the ass for school taxes and then having my kid come home selling candy, magazines, prayer cloths,popcorn,ect.MAybe you need to cut out the excess spending..Has that thought ever crossed your minds?
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#2 Feb 4, 2012
Another thing to help would be a changing the Federal requirements that the children of ILLEGAL ALIENS can go to school like a citizen of this country. Plus start enforcing the 14th amendment by not granting automatic citizenship to the ANCHOR BABIES dropped by the ILLEGAL ALIENS. These two things plus cutting back on all the "Chiefs" in many school systems and putting them in the classroom to actually teach would be a cost saving method.
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