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How Not To Fire Teachers

March 19, 2010

Near me are several school districts many small and some medium sized. One thing they all have in common is a large administration in a district office, no matter their size. Two districts near me each have about 5 elementary schools one junior high and one high school. The districts are about 10 miles from each other. A larger district about 20 miles away has about 10 elementary schools a couple junior highs and a couple high schools. All three of these districts have a district office with a superintendent and administration. These two smaller districts could easily combine their district office and close one to save the necessary funds to not lay off any teachers in either of the two smaller districts. This would require forward thinking by district administration and parents who are looking out for their kids but isn’t that what school is about. Recently two fire dept. near me recently combined to save money. The same idea but maybe on a smaller scale

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