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Micro-Managing Not True Reform

April 2, 2013

To their credit, West Virginia legislators have made improving public schools a top priority during their 60-day regular session. In addition to Gov....

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Apr-04-13 8:19 AM

anybody ever see the school counselors at work?the will be no reform until you get rid of the good ol' boys/girls clubs in these school systems.too many bad bosses covering for bad employees.superintendents have to be held accountable which doesn't happen.the state superintendent was fired and still gets her pension.this is against the school law manual.when you get fired you lose your pension[the portion the state has paid in].she gets $9000.00 a month.politicians are the root of all evil along with their best friend[cash]. mismanagement is the name of the game.supers should be voted in and can't get rid of these people once they are hired.they'll never make this kind of money with their talents anywhere else.

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Apr-02-13 6:53 PM

Buy a computer and pay for internet for the students to "play" school from home. No disruptions for the students wanting to learn and each student can be "spoon feed" at their own pace!

Computer cost $400, internet cost $400, software for the "paced" education $1,000! Savings to the tax payer about $10,000 per year, per student.

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