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#1 Apr 9, 2010
The district needed the upgrades we all agree. The fact they only asked to improve the physical plant and made no statement to the improvement of the quality of education is not acceptable. It is very understandable that buildings indeed deteriorate with age. It is as understandable that over time the best practices in the field of education change as well. There is a consistant absence of at least a political attempt to include an increase in the overall quality of education in a referendum to extend public funds in a school district. If any school is under the impression they are doing there best, that district is under a fallacy of what the actual world is offering. Group think denies growth. The Brillion School District displays a constant need to improve the special education currently offered. If the special education arena is apparently deficiency, what are parents to believe the regarding the regular educational opportunities? BDPI, think about the quality of education along with the needs of the buildings our children are taught in, if the quality is indeed taught of, it would be deemed necessary to express.
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