CU regent wants to serve with Douglas County Schools
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Ironically, as I was reading this article, the same exact thought as posted by dcsddad came to me: "Let me get this straight - we have a guy who won't send his own kids to public schools who wants to be on the school board." No thank you! In a district that has seen teacher and parent satisfaction with our schools plummet from the mid-high 70% range to the teens and 30% range in the spate of the past four years due to the destructive policies of the current board, we do not need more of the same. Parents are furious at this board and ready to take back our schools from this current ideology.
So let me get this straight: A father of two kids in private school wants to be part of a governing body to oversee the public schools and supports the public school sending money to private schools. He is actively running as a slate of political same-thinkers in hopes to have a unanimous and unchallenged philosophy about school policy with the current and identically endorsed same-thinkers and is at the same time (as a proponent of limited government) pushing for a governmental agency to enact more regulations to control diversity of political opinion on the CU campus because too much of one side (not his) is believed to be in charge of education and to much of one opinion is not the best environment for education.
Do I have that right?
Valor Christian’s players held up one hand as they gathered near the goal posts under the Sports Authority Field scoreboard.
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