Allz I know is I was schooled in a portable....and look at me now....my agenda in life is to strive for more government gifts...
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Peewee you an absolute idiot! You must have attended school in a porta-potty, cause your thoughts stink!
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property owners don't need to be paying for new schools. public education is something that's outlived it life. it's time for more private education to pop up and use vouchers to fund the students enrollment. private education doesn't have problems paying for new schools. and they teach kids for less $ per pupil anyway.
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"People who attend class in portables become republicans."
Nice try at being subtle...
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If the goal of the poll question was to "stir the pot" and create off-topic debate, then you win.
If this bond doesn't pass, we should be 100% embarrassed. Thinking that portables are the solution for overcrowding is ridiculous. I've said it 1000 times. We have well over 500 kids in portables, fall out shelters, old locker rooms, and storage rooms. Where do we think we're going to put 1000 more students?? This problem is clearly not going away. Supply is not meeting demand, building costs are going up... this is ECON 101. Vote yes.
We have fabulous, hard-working teachers. Let's focus on the actual problems-- overcrowding and safety.
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People who attend class in portables become republicans. So now that you know that, re-read the question and click yes
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I think all the students are receiving a poor excuse for education! But it sure as he)) is not the buildings fault!!Lazy, self centered teachers and schools that care only about sports, that's the problem.
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I'm sure if the truth were told it is the teachers that work in the portables is who are the complainants. Blaming a building for poor education is like blaming the fork for obesity.
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