Letter to the editor: School board’s sales job

Posted 8/7/18

School board’s sales job The Douglas County School Board’s strategy for selling the tax increase on the November ballot is now clear. They want money for teacher pay raises but that likely …

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Letter to the editor: School board’s sales job

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School board’s sales job

The Douglas County School Board’s strategy for selling the tax increase on the November ballot is now clear. They want money for teacher pay raises but that likely won’t sell by itself, so it needs to be wrapped up and packaged as school capital improvements for “child safety.”

To increase chances of passage they are apparently also willing to share a few crumbs of that with charter schools. What a sham.

William A. Henning

Highlands Ranch

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