Long Beach District Weighs New School Hours

Jan 29, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Patch.com

Pressed to cut costs further for the 2013-14 school year, the Long Beach Board of Education is seeking public input about proposed new school hours at its meeting tonight.

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CSULB Josh

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What ever the Unions decide will be plenty good enough for the likes of us. The Unions wouldn't have all the power over our schools if we were mental defective losers.
Jessica

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Up the hours. More schooling and education means less conservative mouth breathers in the world. They should also let kids come in a little later, more sleep is a good thing.
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

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Wealthy taxpayer supported Big Teachers are high paid Government agents. Setting the school clock forward (so to speak) will allow them to sleep in a little bit longer.

The children often tell me that they yearn for the good old days when Big Teachers were mentally sharp "moderately compensated" decent tobacco smokers. The children say that today's pothead Big Teachers cannot be expected to begin what "teaching" they do so early in the morning.

I always commend the little folks for making such keen observations. I remind them that the reason every looney expensive "taxpayer funded" social experiment - no matter how noxious - is first implemented by the radical Long Beach revolutionary political ruling class, is because the city is home to one of the most radical of the State's entire taxpayer funded university system.

Ronald

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