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Date Posted: 21:09:57 08/01/13 Thu
Author: Joe Rizoli (mad as hell)
Author Host/IP: 184.108.40.206
Subject: Bill seeks to improve low-performing schools
Well I guess the Illegal alien problem is finally taking its toll on the town. To fix the problem they throw money at it..... like that is going to solve the problem. What is happening here is a dumbing down of our school system because these kids of Illegal parents could care less about becoming assimilated, so they KNOW stupid laws will be passed to kowtower to these kids who as CI Sedgwick states are no more than "bullies" and out of control kids.
As to the Adult ESL program, we have been complaining about this for years now. Someone should file a RICO ACT against them. The program is in violation of the 1996 Welfare Reform Act which states that NO Federal or State MONIES should be going to Illegal aliens in the country. The program is nothing more than organized crime blessed by our State Reps and the Attorney Generals office. Lord knows how many time I have complained to them and they have done nothing, I discuss this topic more here:
By Scott O'Connell/Daily News staff
The MetroWest Daily News
Posted Aug 01, 2013 @ 12:00 AM
Last update Aug 01, 2013 @ 02:06 PM
Bill seeks to improve low-performing schools; Framingham changes unclear
A proposed measure in committee on Beacon Hill aims to give drastic new powers to the state's lowest-performing level 3 schools, including the ability to lengthen the school day and get rid of poor teachers.
But it remains to be seen whether the bill, should it pass, would affect any of Framingham's level 3 schools, according to the creator of the legislation, the Boston Foundation.
Keith Mahoney, director of public affairs for the organization, said it suspects one or more of the town's level 3s, which include the Barbieri, Brophy and Wilson elementaries as well as Fuller Middle School, may fall into the targeted category of the lowest performing 20 percent of all level 3 schools.
The level 3 designation, according to the state's 1 through 5 accountability scale, already represents the lowest performing 20 percent of all schools in the state.
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