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November 12, 2012

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Should this school's reform plan be halted by a district administration with a different agenda, or allowed to continue its experimentation?

Parents, teachers, students, and staff should rise up against this erroneous and dictatorial change from a reform agenda that has been working to a different agenda based on teaching to the test. by the indicators that the Superintendent uses to castigate this schools performance it is obvious the type of conforming agenda that they are after, and money talks. Let's protest this proposed change so seriously that they would not dare carry it out!

union and loudly opposed to popular reform strategies such as merit pay tied to student test scores. Should this school's reform plan be halted by a district administration with a different agenda, or allowed to continue its experimentation?

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