Poll: How Would You Rate The BOE’s Progress During The 2012 School Year?


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16 COMMENTS

  1. well, we have a contract, just not ratified yet.
    we have people who really care, not people who are told how to vote.
    we need a new public school because Princeton ave was sold.

    I can go on till tomorrow. The proof is in the pudding. Lets just hope that state and feds come marching in.

  2. Since my other comments weren’t posted, I’ll just have to explain in summary form:

    Among other great accomplishments, so many needy children are now being approved for services, (moderated).

    I hope this comment gets through. The people need to hear the truth. The coverup has got to stop already.

  3. The teachers aren’t paid enough to babysit these “children”. The BOE has not lived up to getting a contract settled (print the TRUTH!).

  4. How about I don’t know as a response?Yes the BOE has made progress in certain areas but the long term results remain to be seen.All I can say is I didn’t vote for these people and wouldn’t vote for them now either because I’m wary of the long term effects caused by their actions

  5. If the teachers aren’t being paid enough to babysit these “children”, maybe the teachers should find better jobs????

    For example, you can stock shelves in the local grocery store at $11 per hour, with no benefits and no pensions. You may actually enjoy your job. Just remember that after you get your paycheck, you’re going to have to take some of that money and give it to the Lakewood School District to pay the teachers salaries, you know, the ones making over $50,000 with pensions and benefits. (I call them the 1%’ers)

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