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May 5, 2011 9:38am
Really?? No more full day pre K?? Maybe moms will have to front run their decision to have kids with a contemplation of "how will I care for this child".

Sheesh what a novel idea..."planning for a family".

I say kudo's to the legislature for passing something that has a semblence of financial responsibility. Spend on education increased 95% over the past decade. With a corresponding 30% growth in students. Something seem a tad out of balance??

I for one think so. And I applaud the current batch of legislators for taking a hard line on fiscal responsibility. Maybe some school districts will be forced to "reel" in their cronyism and then again maybe some schools will make the WRONG decision and take those budget cuts right out of the classroom.

We shall see how districts handle their "forced" budgeting. I see a lot of 6 figure incomes in all school districts and I for one just don't see the "NEED" for these administrators to the extent our students "NEED" good educators in the classroom.
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