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- Subject: 65%
- From: Kenneth Bernstein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2009 13:31:06 -0400 (EDT)
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- Reply-to: Kenneth Bernstein <email@example.com>
I remember that a few years ago a number of people were pushing the 65% rule - that 65% of all funds for school be spent on classroom instruction.
As I remember vaguely (at 63 in the midst of teaching school, my mind is not as good at recalling somethings unrelated to my own teaching) there were a number of cogent arguments presented against that 65% rule.
The issue has come up again in Virginia, with one of the candidates for Governor taking that approach. I need to be able to respond to inquiries about the strengths and weaknesses of such an approach, and would greatly appreciate any guidance /links/etc. people can offer me.
This is a time-sensitive issue for me, and I will be eternally grateful for any responses.
Some of you may receive this more than once, since it is going out on several lists.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Ken Bernstein aka teacherken
Kenneth J. Bernstein
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- From: James Horn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Re: 65%
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