Shalom Mary Beth,
Thank you for such an intense reply.
May I quote from it?
You got me going last night, sharing Linda's post with me. I get a little passionate about these things...can you tell?
You can certainly quote me.
The disparities in public school funding, along with short-sighted government policies and the public's attitude of "why should I worry about 'Those People's' kids?" need to be talked about. The children are the big losers in the political money games being played in this town. It is their Future Cleveland that is becoming the victim of stupidity and greed..
Well, people are starting to talk.
Here is the link to Jeff's site, "Have Coffee Will Write", where he quotes my comments on the August 2nd election in Cleveland for a school tax levy.
At "Right As Usual", Linda, a laid-off CMSD teacher, blogged about the Cleveland Teachers Union and thestrategyy to keep the election low-profile, in the hopes that low voter turn-out might mean fewer "No" votes.
Regina Brett: The Plain Dealer
Regina's column in yesterday's Plain Dealer echoed my feelings about Cleveland voters and the school's CEO.
Gloria, a retired Cleveland teacher, is running for the Ward 15 Council seat. She shares her views here, in her candidate's blog.
This Cleveland West-side weekly published an excellent, informative, article about the levy and the issues that provoked it.
Today: Friday July 29th, Regina Brett has another great column about the school levy.
Read it here.