Senate vote on NM school chief confir...

Senate vote on NM school chief confirmation delayed at least until next week

There are 25 comments on the Deming Headlight story from Mar 4, 2013, titled Senate vote on NM school chief confirmation delayed at least until next week. In it, Deming Headlight reports that:

The long-running debate on whether state senators should confirm or reject New Mexico's public education chief will run even longer.

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Huntsville, AL

#21 Mar 5, 2013
Hagar wrote:
<quoted text>NOTE: It DOES NOT SAY a teacher. There are other experiences in education besides teaching. There are other equally important qualifications other than teaching, i.e., administrator.
what a liar. Educator is the formal term for a teacher. An administrator is not an educator.

Huntsville, AL

#22 Mar 5, 2013
Hagar wrote:
<quoted text>The problem is that the existing school system is not improving itself (due primarily to the unions), which is why there needs to be some outside influence to cause beneficial changes.
the problem with the schools are many, but mostly due to societal issues far beyond what the underappreciated and disrespected teachers can address on their own. The answer certainly is not to throw up your hands and allow corporations to skim public funding and destroy the right of all to good free public education.

Albuquerque, NM

#23 Mar 6, 2013
No matter how you try to make it to your liking, not qualified is not qualified. Politics should have no bearing in this. Forget about playing party favorites and start doing what is correct.

Corrales, NM

#24 Mar 15, 2013
You all seem to forget this is New Mexico where all of the democrats and there supporters are dumber than dirt. The dems have run this state into the ground and that is why we are so far behind our neighbors in all directions. Look at the economic growth of AZ, CO, OK, and TX all are at least two to three percent growth in the last year while good old dumber than dirt NM is at -.4 percent.

Huntsville, AL

#25 Mar 15, 2013
fscott wrote:
while good old dumber than dirt NM is at -.4 percent.
we have an idiotic governor whose priorities are grandstanding on non-issues which are dragging us down. And with the dumb teabaggers in Congress who don't want the recovery to succeed and who hate the public sector (which is a big part of out local economy), things will get worse before they get better.

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