Thursday, July 13, 2006

School District Short on Learning, Long on High Paid Administrators

Troubled Christina School District - troubled because of its own mismanagment - has cut 374 teachers, nurses, specialists, and secretaries (according to a story in the News Journal); eliminated educational programs and cut back on basic supplies. But they haven't let a single high paid administrator go, nor cut any of those positions.

Where are the children in the District's self serving priorities?

I wish the State would take over this district, abolish it, and start from scratch.

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