Education

Education

We support equal opportunity for high quality education for all students from early childhood through community college. We work actively to educate ourselves and the community about innovations in education as well as financing for education.

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A specific, detailed, written procedure for the selection and review of instructional materials (including computer and other electronic programs) is a necessary and important safeguard for the educational process, since to inhibit the use of instructional materials is to inhibit the learning process. Attempts to circumvent the review process constitute a denial of the rights guaranteed to all under the First Amendment of the U. S. Constitution.  

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The League of Women Voters of Louisville and Jefferson County supports the following school system objectives for organization and administration in order to secure and sustain a quality program of public education in this community:

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The purposes of optional schools/programs in the public schools should be to enhance the quality of education available to all children and to support the regular programs by: 

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The League of Women Voters of Louisville and Jefferson County believes that a well-funded free public library system is essential for an educated and economically healthy community. The League of Women Voters of Louisville and Jefferson County continues to support increased accessibility through building new branches and keeping neighborhood branches open and increased quality of the collection.

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Education in Falmouth

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The League of Women Voters of Los Alamos believes that a strong, collaborative relationship between K-12 education leaders and citizens must exist in order for the school district to successfully deliver education services meeting community standards.

Tax-exempt property in Montgomery County: Interactive map

Some preliminary research on the tax base in Montgomery County has been completed. Much of the property is tax exempt because it belongs to charitable, religious, or educational organizations or is national forest property. Because so much property in Montgomery County is tax exempt, the source of income for public schools and other county services falls significantly on residential taxes.

Event Date: 
Oct 17 2018 - 12:00pm
Event location: 

Faulkner Gallery Santa Barbara Public LIbrary

2018-2019 Community Forums
 
Child on swing
Event Date: 
Jun 29 2019 - 9:30am
Event location: 

San Bernardino and Riverside Counties Central Labor Council

 Invitation to Attend Schools and Communities First

Core Leader Training

Mission Statement

Education News clip artWe study issues, take action and lobby legislators and school boards in our efforts to seek positive changes for our students.

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