State Senators hard at Work Meddling

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State Senators hard at Work Meddling

Postby Jeannine Stergios » Wed Jun 06, 2007 11:29 am

Most of the items discussed should be left to local school districts. Why are these people trying to micro-manage school districts by forcing more unfunded mandates on the taxpayers? I know the answer but I will let you all guess

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Postby RBarnes » Wed Jun 06, 2007 12:44 pm

See problems like this wouldn't exist if government were to get out of running the school systems (Note: running is different then funding).

The choice of what classes should be offered and when etc should be questions for parents, not state government.
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Postby RD » Wed Jun 06, 2007 10:21 pm

RBarnes wrote:(Note: running is different then funding).


If the taxpayers are funding them, then who, other than the taxpayers, should run them?
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Postby RBarnes » Thu Jun 07, 2007 7:20 am

RD wrote:If the taxpayers are funding them, then who, other than the taxpayers, should run them?


The tax payers are NOT running them. The government is.

As long as parents have choice of what's best for their own children and the money follows the students not the system, I don't really care who runs the schools. The key is COMPETITION and CHOICE.
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