September 11, 2010 at 7:00 pm in INFORUM
Money may be used to hire more teachers
Local school districts are scrambling to plan for the influx of hundreds of thousands in federal dollars. Continue Reading
Tags: Dent, Dilworth Glyndon Felton, Fargo, K12 education, Minnesota, Moorhead, North Dakota, Pelican Rapids, perham, West Fargo 5 Comments »
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“Please federal government, I beg of you, won’t you please give us back some of the money North Dakota tax payers have given to you?”
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“Jeff Offutt, president of the Moorhead teachers union, welcomed the hires: â€œWeâ€™re really in favor of more people being able to work with the kids.â€’ Translation: more teachers mean more union dues and more money in my pocket.
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Amen, and the willy nillys can hit the dislike button all they want, but they can’t remove the truth in your statement. More teachers equal more dues paid to the corrupt union.
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It looks like a payoff to the teachers union to me.
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With the amount of negative comments without rebuttal, it seems obvious that people are going with what they “feel” right in their hearts without fact enough to debate.
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