Local superintendents join others across state to oppose school-choice bill
Mar 5, 1:00 AM
Many superintendents expressed their exasperation at the bill’s support despite the funding challenges their district’s face. They cited recent cuts to state spending on textbooks, teacher training, no money for full-day kindergarten programs and the recent passage of a school safety bill that includes no funding mechanism. “We cannot fathom how House Bill 205 could pass, which will divert public funds to private schools,” Matthews said.
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