Letter to the Editor

Letter: Balanced approach best for schools

Posted 3/3/15

Parent survey?

Who doesn’t want an efficient and transparent school district with student needs first and foremost? We all want a world-class education in Douglas County; and we can have …

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Letter to the Editor

Letter: Balanced approach best for schools

Posted

Parent survey?

Who doesn’t want an efficient and transparent school district with student needs first and foremost? We all want a world-class education in Douglas County; and we can have one.

A balanced approach in data collection and leadership-follow through will help propel our school district into contention with other districts pursuing 21st century goals. I cannot imagine a person within our community who does not want our schools to be ranked in first place.

Aligning goals with community needs is a balancing act that will be reached with proactive leadership.

Kevin DiPasquale
Highlands Ranch

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