Columbus Schools levy push centers on message of fairness
In what is shaping up to be a well-funded push for passing a Columbus City Schools levy in November, Mayor Michael B. Coleman declares in an ad that "quality education should not depend on the color of a child's skin, how much money their parents make, or the neighborhood they live in."Read more
#1 Sep 7, 2013
Fair? Only way school taxes can be fair is if they are only paid by those with chikdren in said school district.
As for school levies only a dumbass votes for a school tax.
Since: Dec 10
#2 Sep 7, 2013
Quality education BEGINS AND ENDS AT HOME.
Until something is done to change the culture of the home, NOTHING will change in the Columbus schools no matter how much money they throw at them.
#3 Sep 7, 2013
so true - until the mayor addresses the underlying problem - 73% of black children born to single mothers - nothing will ever change.
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