Fri, 03 Mar 2006

School boards

If you have ever sat in on a school board meeting, you will understand Wiley Miller's point. It seems like they spend so much time on the details of running an enterprise with a several million dollar budget, many employees, fixed assets, books, computers, furniture, and buses, that learning gets lost in the process. But don't believe me. Go sit in on your local school board meeting. See if they ever express any concern that the children actually learn anything.

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