Sunday, September 30, 2007

Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling: "Eric Martin will direct more funds to Spotsy Classrooms"

as read in The Free Lance-Star 09/30/07:

"I am pleased to support Eric Martin for the Spotsylvania County School Board.

As a successful businessman, community leader, father, and husband, Eric has the background, knowledge, and experience that is necessary to improve our schools and better educate our children.

He will work to make certain that we are spending our education dollars more wisely by directing more money to the classroom.

I hope voters will join me in supporting Eric Martin for School Board on Nov. 6."

–Virginia Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling


At October 2, 2007 at 9:38 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"America's Public Schools: A Crisis and an Opportunity"
More than ever, the prospects of a nation and its children depend on the strength of its schools

Unfortunately, America’s schools are not keeping pace with the demands of today’s world. Our schools are failing to prepare all students for college, for careers, and for life, and they are failing to prepare our nation to compete in today’s high-tech global economy.

America is a nation with a strong tradition of local control of education, but can 50 states and 15,000 local school districts acting alone solve this national crisis?

What kind of national leadership do we need to tackle this challenge and what role do the presidential candidates and the next president have to play?

And how can every American participate in calling for national leadership and effecting the change required to keep our nation’s schools globally competitive?

At October 4, 2007 at 1:20 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

good points, but it's a local race not a national one. there's only so much one person can do.

At October 6, 2007 at 11:27 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's time for some fresh blood on that stagnant school board of ours. He looks like a candidate up for the job at least. Good Luck Eric- I'll give you a shot and a vote in Salem.


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