Education

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Support charter schools should be under the oversight of a locally elected school board, but, barring that, at a minimum they should be under the oversight of an elected state Board of Education.

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Support funding by the state to ensure that all Ohio citizens have access to higher education that provides general education and job preparation.

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Support the use of public funds only for public schools, state education standards, and state funding for education that guarantees a realistic and equitable level of per-pupil expenditures.

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We believe all electors in the school district should have an equal opportunity to run for school board positions and seats should be divided as equally as possible between city and outlying areas on the basis of population.

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The League of Women Voters of Connecticut supports appropriate services and programs to encourage and enable adolescent parents to finish high school and become economically self-sufficient, ensure that K-12 students have access to appropriate sex education, & provide adequate training to teachers of these recommended programs.

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The League of Women Voters of Connecticut supports a system of elementary and secondary education that must be fiscally and educationally accountable to Connecticut citizens.

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The League of Women Voters of Connecticut supports the concept of collective responsibility among individual school districts and the state to take proactive steps toward achieving diversity and avoiding racial isolation in the student population.

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The League of Women Voters of Connecticut supports a system of public education in the state which will provide a suitable program of educational experiences for each child and sufficient financial resources to each community to support that level of educational services.
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Governor Brown’s new budget proposals include increases in school district allocations, advancing the schedule for full implementation of the state’s local control funding goals.  In addition, the governor has proposed specific increases in specia

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The big news this month is that one day before the anticipated receipt of an independent Fact Finding Report, Fresno Unified and the Fresno Teachers Association have avoided a strike by agreeing on  terms for a new three-year contract.    Though i

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