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WriteDown Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Nov-30-09 11:16 AM
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6. Very true...
But NYC is not really short on resources. They just squander resources. I would love to see a complete audit of the NYC school system.
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  -Citys Schools Share Their Space, and Bitterness (charter schools in NYC) Bozita  Nov-30-09 10:47 AM   #0 
  - As a product of the NYC school system I can honestly say...  WriteDown   Nov-30-09 10:55 AM   #1 
  - Do you agree then that taking money and buldings from public schools...  madfloridian   Nov-30-09 10:58 AM   #2 
     - No...  WriteDown   Nov-30-09 11:03 AM   #4 
        - Did you know they are giving taxpayer money to these charter schools  madfloridian   Nov-30-09 12:24 PM   #9 
           - I am well aware...  WriteDown   Nov-30-09 12:28 PM   #11 
              - Incompetence comes from the top down.  madfloridian   Nov-30-09 12:36 PM   #14 
                 - This goes back decades.....  WriteDown   Nov-30-09 12:38 PM   #15 
                    - But look at who hired them.  madfloridian   Nov-30-09 12:48 PM   #17 
                       - Most administrators are former teachers....  WriteDown   Nov-30-09 12:50 PM   #19 
  - This is what charters do. They bleed resources from a system.  mbperrin   Nov-30-09 10:59 AM   #3 
  - Very true...  WriteDown   Nov-30-09 11:16 AM   #6 
  - if all our public schools were in good shape, there would be no need for alternatives  tomm2thumbs   Nov-30-09 11:16 AM   #5 
  - And when they alternatives are neither  montanto   Nov-30-09 12:07 PM   #7 
  - They are giving public school money and resources to charter schools.  madfloridian   Nov-30-09 12:25 PM   #10 
     - Charters are bad, YES....  WriteDown   Nov-30-09 12:29 PM   #12 
        - Then you fix them. You don't give their resources to private companies.  madfloridian   Nov-30-09 12:35 PM   #13 
           - Fix them how?  WriteDown   Nov-30-09 12:41 PM   #16 
              - Then the problem lies higher up in the chain of command.  madfloridian   Nov-30-09 12:49 PM   #18 
              - I'm still not hearing solutions. nt  WriteDown   Nov-30-09 12:51 PM   #20 
                 - Ask Obama and Arne.  madfloridian   Dec-01-09 12:49 AM   #22 
                 - "solutions" = same as they always were.  Hannah Bell   Dec-01-09 04:02 AM   #24 
              - yup, the main concern should be the kids, all else should pale in comparison  vadawg   Dec-01-09 04:05 AM   #25 
  - This is the tip of the iceberg ~ Charters are Not the answer  goclark   Nov-30-09 12:12 PM   #8 
  - kick  Bozita   Nov-30-09 10:53 PM   #21 
  - There was already something in Los angeles where the city was giving  Hannah Bell   Dec-01-09 03:59 AM   #23 
     - Last I heard Los Angeles was putting up 250 schools for outside bidding.  madfloridian   Dec-01-09 10:08 AM   #26 
        - that's the one.  Hannah Bell   Dec-01-09 01:56 PM   #27 

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