St. Paul schools have high-tech hopes for kids

  • Article by: ANTHONY LONETREE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 3, 2012 - 9:21 PM

Levy proposal includes funds for technology upgrades.

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buzzard23Nov. 3, 12 9:49 PM

Next time you see Ms. Silva, or most other superintendents, ask them how much money it would take to have a majority of their students reading at grade level by the end of 3rd grade and their grad rate beating the state average. Guess what...they cannot tell you. The only thing they want is MORE.

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commonrobNov. 5, 12 8:48 AM

Correct, this will do nothing to help out, you can't throw money at something that your students know better than the folks that teach. Our children need the basics and our educational system is FAILING them and we know it! I know folks that work at the tech schools and you won't believe the number of kids graduated that can't read, write and do basic math. This is what we are talking about with our government, all they do is waste money and we think they know what they are doing and I for one have done the research and know better. very Sad!!!!!

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krb1maxNov. 6, 1212:35 PM

I voted no, this is a watse of tax payer funds. My taxes went from 6500 to 8000 in 2 years as my house value dropped. Plus the fact that the school system is failing children, that is why I send my kids to private school

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