Printed letters, September 15, 2013

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Sorry Linda, it is not up to school board members to attempt to dictate curriculum.  We have professional educators who are very good at following state and federal guidelines about what is being taught in schools just as when you attended.

The last thing we need is to have board members dictate their agendas because of their individual beliefs.
And, as Marcia Neal stated earlier if the school boards are really going to become politicians then they should spend some time educating groups like Club 20 and City Councils about funding for education. Neither seem to support any funding sources.  Club 20 is no on the education bill because as one ignorant member professed funds would be directed to PERA which is totally wrong.  The council will not support the marijuana sales and TAX. This was sold to voters as a way to fund education yet individual municipalities continue to ban sales and collect the tax though Colorado in general supported the amendment.

Unbelievable.



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