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In response to the writer of the letter “Crucial decision looms” I guess it wasn’t enough to elect board members who claim antipathy to school choice. This is a principle, by the way, spreading throughout our country. Now they apparently want to spend a good deal of money to find a superintendent who espouses their philosophy.
How about selecting an individual who has a track record for excellence in education. Someone who is an advocate for the students who are the “customers” of our educational system. I believe we have that person in our current superintendent. We don’t need a politician — we need an innovator and person with an open mind. Please keep this in mind during your selection process.
Marsha JarochLone Tree
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