Thursday, August 24, 2006

Hutchinson on Paron: "Children Victims of Excessive Bureaucracy

From the Asa Camp:

"Judge Moody's decision today is disappointing for the children and parents of Paron, as well as for the rest of us who have been fighting to protect local schools. The families in Paron have been steadfast in standing up for their school and their community, but they have met resistance every step of the way. I am most concerned for the children of Paron, who I believe are victims of excessive bureaucracy.

"Earlier this year the Legislature had a chance to reign in inflexible bureaucracy and restore some common sense in our school system by passing the Rural Schools Support Act. That bill passed with overwhelming bipartisan support in the House but was killed in the Senate. As Governor, I'll make it a priority to craft a bipartisan solution that will apply common standards with common sense."

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

All kids who go to school are victims of excessive bureaucracy.

7:04 PM, August 24, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

True. At least the ones who go to public school. That's why I'm a huge supporter of home schooling. Public schools are a joke!

8:35 PM, August 24, 2006  

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