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CA: Board of Education targeted (Gasket Blower! Alert)
Sac Bee ^
| Aurelio Rojas
Posted on 06/08/2003 7:59:31 AM PDT by NormsRevenge
Edited on 04/12/2004 5:51:12 PM PDT by Jim Robinson.
Democratic leaders in the Legislature have complained for years about being left out of key decisions by the state Board of Education. Now, the lawmakers are countering with a package of bills designed to make the board be more responsive to them.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Extended News; Government; Politics/Elections; US: California
KEYWORDS: board; calgov2002; education; targeted
The time has come to shutdown Stinkymento and the incrementalists that are not satisfied with 9/10th of the pie.
It's not just Prop 13 the demRats want to abolish "reform" Ping
posted on 06/08/2003 8:00:25 AM PDT
(Semper Fi .. Support FRee Republic)
To: NormsRevenge; *calgov2002; snopercod; Grampa Dave; Carry_Okie; SierraWasp; Gophack; RonDog; ...
You are right!
posted on 06/08/2003 10:20:20 AM PDT
(Recall Gray Davis and then start on the other Democrats)
....the board, which sets policy for California's 6 million public school students -- and whose 11 members are appointed by Gov. Gray Davis.
LOL, what a rogues' gallery of scumbag clowns that must be!
"Diversity" - - check.
"Multiculturalism" - - check.
"Fisting for kindergardners" - - check.
"Reeding Riding and Arthmatec" - - (no funds available).
Last year, Davis vetoed a Firebaugh bill intended to increase the board's diversity, saying it would limit his flexibility to make appointments.... Since then, Davis has named two Latinos and an African American with backgrounds in labor and community activism.
Get out of that foul pisspot as fast as you can!
CA state law require legislative mandates on the schools be paid for by the state. One assemblyman is pushing a bill that would mandate clean bathrooms with toilet paper since the schools have a hard time providing this to students.
This would require the state to pay for the schools bathrooms! Good system. The school districts renege on their responsibilities till some outraged legislator rolls out a bill and then the schools get to bill the state! Meanwhile, the "cost" of the bill to the state is never considered by the legislators. Basically, the state is raising expenditures without even discussion of what they are doing; till now.
posted on 06/08/2003 12:04:15 PM PDT
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