Education resolution fails test
Published 04/14/2011, The Jamestown Sun
In a unanimous display of bipartisan common sense, the North Dakota Senate Education Committee and the full Senate rejected a proposal that would have allowed voters to decide if education oversight should be managed by a single, huge bureaucracy. House Concurrent Resolution 3046 was the work of House Majority Leader Rep. Al Carlson, R-Fargo. It had more to do with the House majority’s penchant for arbitrary power-grabbing than with serious reform of public education.Word count: 392
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