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Letter: Not better, just partisan
First Published Apr 29 2014 05:02 pm • Last Updated Apr 29 2014 05:02 pm

The resolution to make school board elections a partisan affair is very interesting. It has much to say about staying true to the principles of the Republican Party, but not one word about improving our children’s education.

I admit it’s nice that the author is willing to show his true motivation. Still, is it asking too much for educational quality to be at least a small basis for electing our school officials?

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Steve Glaser

Holladay




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