Voters don’t want radical changes

Anger against campaign money funneled to local candidates from wealthy Front Range sources may have helped drive the defeat of three conservatives running for the School District 51 Board of…




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Congratulations to the newly elected School Board members.  As a graduate of the Grand Junction schools, I was really surprised in the number of students who need remedial math and/or English to be prepared for a successful college career.  When we graduated in the last century and went to Mesa it was never an issue for remedial classes.  All of the teachers I have met over the past four years seemed to be first class, interest in the kids and just plain good teachers.  So what it is the problem?  Although I did not support Prop 66, I support every other school funding issue.

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