Another article showing local support for Latin, this time at a school facing budget cuts in Massachusetts. No specific cuts have been made, and the asst. superintendant indicates every department will have to face cuts, but this line made me wonder:
“We could easily bring in equal crowds for other departments that have experienced similar cuts,” (Assistant Superintendent James) Kelleher said.
But…you (or the other departments) didn’t, and I really question how “easy” it would be. Doesn’t the fact that somebody cared enough to get 100 people in the community to a school comittee meeting count for something? Remember, these same people also elect board members, and if it’s anything like my district the voting usually takes place in the same building…
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