District 51 doesn’t deserve F for cuts

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As one of those critics I don’t think I have ever stated the administration and school board “don’t care about kids or their education”.  I have written numerous blogs about the lack of leadership in determining how and what cuts need to be made to protect the ability for those in the trenches to perform their duties for these kids and their education.  Including, that community committees are NOT the answer to professional decisions that do affect kids and professional educators!  This District and Board deserve nothing better than a failing grade.  Ask those being reassigned and/or those who have lost their jobs completely!  In this editorial, again, closing a school and going to the 4 day week is mentioned as significant options! Why were they not implemented?

No doubt, raises were earned and well deserved, but not at the expense of personnel cuts!  As for the leadership piece the MVEA, Administrative teams, and school board should be active members with the politicians who continually pass legislation through mandates that remain unfunded but are an expectation.  Paying for these mandates through the general fund can only go on for so long!

When will somebody step up and say, “enough is enough”?

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