As the news reminds us today, our schools are still in trouble.
If we remember that education isn't a zero sum game, it's easy to see that the purpose of this "failing" school list is simply to close down schools.
While it likely isn't illegal to accept donations from contractors working for the board, it does smell. The best way to counter that smell is to vote.
Claiming that Huntsville City Schools are in better shape than they have ever been will not help our district draw families to Huntsville but truth will.
Our board cares more about defending themselves than they do defending all our kids. It's a shame that they only respond when comments are in the press.
The digital curriculum was and continues to be sold to us as more affordable than printed curriculum. The truth is it is twice as much.
Dr. Wardynski, you are an uninformed bully seeking to scapegoat anyone, but especially SPED kids, who doesn’t say “yes sir” to you. To you, I say No sir.
With the OmniFund Initiative, the district is planning to charge a 7.5% administrative fee on every donation to ensure equity.