"I am very saddened by the approach that the school districts have taken, in the fact that I believe it's a poor civics lesson for our children to thumb your nose at a law passed by the Legislature and signed by the governor. It's a very serious mode of operation they have chosen."
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Educrats to special-needs kids: Drop dead
Some quarter-million-dollar school superintendents in northeastern Oklahoma have chosen to disobey a new law they don't like, CapitolBeatOK reports. To her credit, state Superintendent Sandy Garrett is quoted in the Tulsa World as saying,