Don't know Doug, but I know there are over 5,000 voters you can ask. Wait, you tried that with signs before the election to no avail.<quoted text>
We certainly could tolerate no more balanced budgets with surpluses, any more levies that reduce our taxes, reduced pay to participate fees, reduced school fees, restored busing, building maintenance that maintains our property, money and resources finally directed towards our gifted and early intervention programs in elementary schools, adding an ACT class, a true emphasis on early college credit programs through the high school, balancing our class sizes, and strengthening our curriculum, while upgrading our technology plan with 1100 new computers, laptops to every teacher, and a wireless plan in every building that ties it all together.
You are right, what could we possibly have been thinking to allow the previous board to do all of those things?
In a capitalist system the more experienced, better professionals should get more money. Those who are more qualified are told to go after as much money as the market will bear. Why else would they be behind the CEO's of corporations making millions?
By that logic in order to get the best teachers you would have to PAY MORE in order to get ones that would take our kids back into "proficiency".
I still can't understand why the Tea Party is for CEO's of companies banking millions but at the same time they are against the teachers making as much money as they can.
I guess when you believe in capitalism it's a pick and choose game.