Not a good lesson Strike one. I am part of the wave of parents that voted for the teacher-friendly school board in Douglas County over the last two election cycles. My mom was the president of her …
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Not a good lesson
I am part of the wave of parents that voted for the teacher-friendly school board in Douglas County over the last two election cycles. My mom was the president of her local teachers’ union in Southern California. I feel for and until today fully supported the teachers of our district. Today was strike one.
How dare they, as teachers, leave our children, my severely disabled child, in the lurch today. They have a friendly board working for them and haven’t given that board any time to solve the problems before walking out. These are the acts of political novices.
Strike one means that I am going think long and hard before voting yes on any bond issues or mill levies on the next ballot. If you act irresponsibly, so will I.
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