Do you think school districts need to be held more accountable?
What would you do if a school district continued to retaliate on you and your family for filling a federal complaint on them but yet the answer you get from your elected officials is that they are there own governmental agency and can do what they want to do? Do you think that an accountability Board ran by the citizens of each district that answers to the Senate of each State would make a difference in our public education system?
The less government the better. More government = More abuse of power.
by Paul Swendson3 years ago
And if so, how?
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