Board member: Teachers’ jobs solid

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No indeed. Tisue and Leany are hell bent on privatizing schools. When Tisue ran I wondered why, when her own silver spoon kids were home schooled, she wanted to run for the school board. Then it hit me. She wanted to prove to the republicans that she COULD be elected to something. Anything. A stepping stone to bigger and more “powerful” offices(s). And atop all of it the Republican party says “more money will be spent on a school board election than any in history.” I will NOT vote for any mentioned here. The republicans can *.

District 51 would jump at the chance to emulate Douglas county schools where funding is about triple what Mesa county gets. There are added administrators and specific additions to core area academics.  It would be very unsettling to professional educators to go the route of CEO business leaders to lead schools.

Of course, some believe that mediocre business people are experts in leading schools and anyone off the streets can step into a classroom and teach!  For the funding MVSD 51 receives they should get medals of honor rather than looking for other things to pursue.  How about pushing funding to begin with and then let professional educators lead?

Why only cite Kanda, Sluder, and Lowenstein and only quote Kanda when there are seven candidates running?  Does this reporter have an agenda?  If so, she should be taken off this beat immediately.

There are direct quotes from two candidates and an indirect quote from another in this article. The other four candidates were not quoted because they were not mentioned in the question raised at the Rim Rock meeting.



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