VOTE NO ON MEASURE C
Original post made by Informed Voter on Apr 15, 2009
The Measure C campaign wants you to believe that class-size reduction would "go away." Why the scare tactics? Are you voters putting two and two together when reading one of the ballot arguments, which supposes that a "yes" vote will help retain qualified teachers? The last time we had a parcel tax vote, the teachers received a series of permanent raises. While I believe that no parcel tax funds will be used for teacher's salaries, I know that class size reduction has, in years past, been paid for out of the general fund. If we don't pay class-size reduction from the general fund, then it frees up money in the general fund to pay for teacher's raises. It's moving money from one pot to the next (strategies they have used before) so they aren't "technically" breaking their promises. This type of behavior/strategy is exactly what makes the voters mistrust the District. Also, in years past, almost all pink slips issued were rescinded prior to the start of the new school year and very few jobs were lost.
Vote NO on Measure C. Have the courage to find out just how resourceful our District can be when it HAS TO BE.
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