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    -no (fix our schools first, they need books, AC, and other suppliez)

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    No - As stated before. More important things need updating



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sovieto
    -no (fix our schools first, they need books, AC, and other suppliez)
    A/C... haha.. gimme a break. It's already bad enough that we're enabling future generations to be candy-asses. No running, touching, yelling or anything fun on the playground anymore. Heck, lots of schools don't even have playgrounds anymore. I graduated in 1988 and only the "inside" rooms, those without windows had A/C. Only kids who complained where the mommy's kids or those more concerned about their hair/makeup/clothes than actually doing school work.

    The fact is MOST schools don't need A/C. Only those where the interior temp gets over 90 should waste the money on it. Bring back the days of allowing shorts and t-shirts and that'll solve most of the problems. There's much more important things to spend that money (and maintenance money) on.

    Now, books and supplies, yes. I completely agree. The district I teach at (not my employed district) is going to be out of money if the upcoming levy doesn't pass. If that happens they're going to cut all sorts of things. Here's the sad part.

    Eliminate 13 administrative staff for $944,245.00
    Eliminate 105 certified (teachers) staff for $4.9million
    Eliminate 74 support (custodial, drivers, food, maint) for $628,878.00!!!!!

    That should give everyone the idea of the problem. Avg salary for district level staff is $72,634. Avg for teachers is 46,666. Avg for everyone that keeps things going is 8,498!!!!!!! This is in a "well to do" district in Ohio. One

    Sadly, the ones making the most usually are working the least number of hours. I know this for a fact. This is very common across the K-12 world. The suits make way too much money for the return. The ones working their butts off don't make enough.
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    No. The healthcare system needs that money. Contrary to what a lot of Canadians force themselves to believe, healthcare here ain't ~all that~.

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    No, a total waste of money IMO.

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    First time I'll take Ohio's side...Tolls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brawny
    First time I'll take Ohio's side...Tolls.
    We are bettar!

    No, there are better things to be spending our money on than a slightly smoother road...

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    Quote Originally Posted by strommsarnac
    A/C... haha.. gimme a break. It's already bad enough that we're enabling future generations to be candy-asses. No running, touching, yelling or anything fun on the playground anymore. Heck, lots of schools don't even have playgrounds anymore. I graduated in 1988 and only the "inside" rooms, those without windows had A/C. Only kids who complained where the mommy's kids or those more concerned about their hair/makeup/clothes than actually doing school work.

    The fact is MOST schools don't need A/C. Only those where the interior temp gets over 90 should waste the money on it. Bring back the days of allowing shorts and t-shirts and that'll solve most of the problems. There's much more important things to spend that money (and maintenance money) on.

    Now, books and supplies, yes. I completely agree. The district I teach at (not my employed district) is going to be out of money if the upcoming levy doesn't pass. If that happens they're going to cut all sorts of things. Here's the sad part.

    Eliminate 13 administrative staff for $944,245.00
    Eliminate 105 certified (teachers) staff for $4.9million
    Eliminate 74 support (custodial, drivers, food, maint) for $628,878.00!!!!!

    That should give everyone the idea of the problem. Avg salary for district level staff is $72,634. Avg for teachers is 46,666. Avg for everyone that keeps things going is 8,498!!!!!!! This is in a "well to do" district in Ohio. One

    Sadly, the ones making the most usually are working the least number of hours. I know this for a fact. This is very common across the K-12 world. The suits make way too much money for the return. The ones working their butts off don't make enough.
    well its great because
    theres no AC at all anywhere, inside or out. my history teacher complains about this all the time. a lot of rooms only have 1 window, and the front half of our school has a glass roof. which is stupid because the people in those rooms with a mostly glass roof get roasted alive from the sun.

    thats why at least OUR school needs AC.

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    no

    why is every one giving opinoins? it was a yes or no poll!

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