In your Sunday article “CCSD creates job to stem charter flow,” it appears someone on the district staff has already identified the problem and come up with several proposed fixes. If this expertise already exists, why create and fund a new position? Unfortunately, no mention is made of improving the product to be marketed. Thus, this implies the primary focus of the exercise is to stanch the flow of funds from the district to the charter schools. Reminds me of 1961, when the Soviet Union built the wall in Berlin to stop the East Germans from escaping to the West.
So many possibilities.
A cautionary tale.
I sit in traffic and watch an occasional vehicle go by.
A story of Metro and a lone homeless girl.
But does it send the right message?
We know when we see a bad water bill. Assembly Bill 30 is one of those bills.
But watch out now that the state has elected all Democrats.
Let the states that produced nuclear waste keep it.
With all the problems facing Nevada, it seem that our state representatives and senators are simply diddling while Rome burns.
Our kids are immersed in it 24/7 to the point of blurring reality with fantasy.