October 27, 2010 at 8:37 pm Leave a comment

Brooklyn Center (BC) School District has to go out for another referendum (number 6 in a roll).  See Star Tribune article .  BC School District have less than 2,000 students.  About a 1/3 are from North Minneapolis.  Why does a School District in the Metro of this small size that continues to be in statutory deficiency  exist?  The overhead cost of the duplicate administration and School Board could be spent in the classroom, if they were merged with one of the three districts (Robbinsdale, Osseo or Anoka/Hennepin) that have part of the City of BC in their district already?  The MDE & Legislature need to look at efficiencies and cost savings that make sense for the taxpayers of MN.  Please provide your thoughts on this matter.


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