Educators Lambast Schools Bills

Superintendents Say Schools Faced With Dwindling Funding, Unrealistic Standards

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Posted: February 27, 2013

Scott Kizner (left), superintendent of Harrisonburg City Schools, speaks at a press conference at the City School Board Office on Tuesday about education legislation passed by the General Assembly. Joining Kizner (left to right) are Gena Keller, superintendent for Fluvanna County Schools; Jody Grogan, Staunton City School Board member; and Lowell Fulk, Rockingham County School Board member. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Lowell Fulk (left), Rockingham County School Board member, and Jody Grogan, Staunton City School Board member, voice their concerns during a press conference at the Harrisonburg City School Board Office Tuesday about education legislation passed by the General Assembly.

HARRISONBURG — If administrators in Rockingham County and Harrisonburg could rate legislators on their performance — just as the state’s schools soon will be subject to a letter grade — they say‚Ķ



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