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Tuesday’s vote as good as it gets

November 10, 2011
Marshall Independent

In a perfect world, schools wouldn't have to ask taxpayers for money. They would function without having to worry about the prospects of cutting programs, laying off teachers or falling behind when it comes to technology because of cash-flow problems. If issues came up with the school building, they'd put some bids out, hire a contractor, cut a check, get it fixed and move on. All their focus could be on the students and only the students in this fairy-tale, financially worry-free, utopian academic society.

 
 
 

 

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