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Realistic steps to fair, sustainable school funding

March 22, 2014

It is long past the time for New York to have a realistic conversation over equitable school funding....

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Mar-26-14 12:56 AM

Does a school district the size of Tupper Lake?(975)need 180 staff members including a Superintendent, two principals, an athletic director, a grant writer, a director of special programs, 87 full time teachers, and 35 full time teachers assistants? Yet, with all this staff and a student to teacher ratio of 10 to 1, they only managed to achieve 16% college preparedness? Bang for your buck? I think not.

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Mar-25-14 1:18 PM

Teacher unions do not represent the core mission of schools.

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Mar-25-14 11:24 AM

It begins with a fair, sustainable school board! A board which values a quality education equally with cost control. That means limiting the out of control, over-the-top administrative contracts.

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Mar-23-14 3:54 PM

Yah, none for morons too, sorry.

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