News readers talk school funding
The GOP’s perfect world
Surely our single party state government can come up with 57 highly qualified Emergency Managers to displace the current elected local school boards, throw out all union contracts, privatize at minimum wage all services, and find a Republican appointed judge to consolidate the districts, fire 56 administrative staffs, do-nothing teachers, and turn the whole thing over to a for profit educational management company to apply a business model adept at cutting costs and handling bankruptcy.
David Wickman, Novi
Connect the gasoline tax the politicians are promising to public schools, should it pass in May. It’s to shore up the deficit of the public schools and buy votes. It’s not about road repair. The public schools tax from the gasoline tax the charter schools don’t. Connect the dots.