jpete wrote:There shouldn't be government schools.
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-0 ... ols-strike
The contract carries an annual price tag of about $74 million, for a total of $295 million over four years, according to a statement released during the weekend by the Chicago Board of Education. The district faces a 2013 deficit of $1 billion.
homecomfort wrote:maybe would go to Iraq, and recover some of the hundreds of millions of dollars worth of equipment, building material and American involvement that was spent back when the deficit, and spending into debt, were of no concern to the then president. recycling is in, in liberal world.
SMITTY wrote:don't know where your going with that one .....
homecomfort wrote:hear that the strike is over, maybe. diplomacy and negotiations, gets the job done. how would have thurston, i mean romney have handled the same situation?
samhill wrote:What happens in a state run system is a state problem, actually if it's the same as Pa. then it even boils down to a local system. We don't really know what or how much or where it's going to come from until everything comes out. I would be willing to bet that there are a lot more school districts in deep debt in this country than not.
samhill wrote:.......that makes it different from all the others?