School District 51 board must 
embrace bold education reform

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Josh, you’re just following the Republican tradition of ignoring the results of elections.  “Reform” was just a bumper sticker term.  And the people voted the other way.  This Board needs to do what it was elected to do, not what you wish it would do.

Coming from a guy who seemingly received a decent public eduction based on his numerous scholarships!  Let’s see where all the “reform” experts end up when the shoe falls on Douglas County and other districts who are buying into these tea bag reforms.

As far as remedial classes at higher ed institutions when will somebody come clean and state the truth? More kids are going to colleges and universities now and these institutions are all about collecting tuition and fees thus the entrance of many who would normally be turned down for admission.  The blame on education is a farce.  It is about billing students for more hours for more semesters.  That adds up to a few dollars more!

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