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2 responses to “Commenting Etiquette”
Hi Tom, regarding the comment “Rumors of new refusals of federal aid, including Title I, a longstanding program targeted at the education of children in poverty.” Can you tell me if the removal of collective bargaining for teachers would prevent the state from getting the Title I funds similar to the risk of losing the federal funds for Madison Metro? I wonder if the ill-conceived budget repair bill would result in lost Title I funds should the bill pass. Thank you, Eileen Sabroff
Take a look at the report at http://www.publicagenda.org/files/pdf/WHATS_TRUST_GOT_TO_DO_WITH_IT.pdf
Says a lot about why not asking what is right in public education undermines the community’s will and capacity to address what is wrong. Lessons for Madison here.