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How is it that one year a school has no grade at all...had an 'i' and then the next year receive an F grade and the principal is given a raise and a transfer to an A school. Is this how Manatee deals with inadequacy. Reminds me of another institution that had problems with their people.transfer how about fire! Save the school board six figures quickly and with purpose!!




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How is it that one year a school has no grade at all...had an "i" and then the next year receive an F grade and the principal is given a raise and a transfer to an A school. Is this how Manatee deals with inadequacy. Reminds me of another institution that had problems with their people.transfer how about fire! Save the school board six figures quickly and with purpose!!


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KirraN writes:
There are really many troubles with public schools. I guess a lot depends on money. When it comes to charter school, government pays better attention (though if you actually explore how such school differs from the public one, you will find nothing to look at besides worse performance results for charter one’s) because bigger money is involved. Inequality was, is and always will be no matter how hard we actually try to get rid of it.
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