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Humble ISD’s Crisis in the making

Posted by Texas Education on June 8, 2008

A few weeks ago I attended a couple Dr. Sconzo’s forums on educating the public about the funding crisis. This was probably when I decided this was the forum (blogging) for me to take on. Dr. Sconzo has been trying to get everyone to stand up and take notice for quite a few years now. Finally, he hosted some forums, which were sparse, to say the least. I think this at least sparked some concern. When anyone starts talking about cutting athletic programs, which we all know is when students, the community, and especially the parents start chatting, only when you start talking about cutting precious Texas football or God forbid, gymnastics, does anyone start taking notice. Well, this is only the tip of the iceberg ladies and gentlemen. I don’t think Dr. Sconzo could even have anticipated or predicted the rate of demise that was in front of us, because of the current oil prices skyrocketing. But, nevertheless, it is here, it is now. This is going to affect everyone associated with public schools, which in my opinion, is pretty much everyone, unless they live under a rock. The Observer has updated us on what is about to happen. Also, I have the powerpoint Dr. Sconzo presented at his forums.

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