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Politicking in our schools? CHECK.
Using kids as props in fliers? CHECK.
Ruining Halloween by giving kids slips of paper in their treat bags? CHECK.
Slips of paper handed out on Halloween to push the School Bond referendum?
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The use of kids as political props is revolting, yet here we have Our Schools First doing it yet again. See below. The flip side of this mailer can be viewed here.
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This is how Moral Monday is trying to stay relevant. Using an already charged situation in another state to get arrested for media attention.
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More politicking being done in our schools.
A citizen on Twitter alerted me that CMS (Charlotte-Mecklenburg) schools are still pushing the sales tax referendum out to parents. It should be questioned if school resources were being employed to do so.
Here is the tweet containing a picture of the letter parents received from the J.M Alexander principal. It invites parents to join CMS Superintendent Heath Morrison at a meeting about the proposed sales tax increase:
I challenge teachers-provide “living wage” math problem using common core math. @LadyLiberty1885 pic.twitter.com/o4m23E7G3h
— Rebecca Smith (@TriBecca1014) October 2, 2014
These letters were not the only form of communication used.
Robo-calls were made as well. Continue reading