Lets make sure they show results.
Have we missed the a significant point here in the article? Would we not be smart at building our jobs and economy IF we made our state more liveable by building our infrastructure, improving our schools, developing our cultural amenities, and producing an atmosphere that creative people would want to live in?
Let's remember our president's words and let our actions/reactions to this horrific event be worthy of the lives that were lost. Blaming without real information isn't the way. American's need to have dialogue on the issues.
There are many questions concerning this school. The biggest question for me is why did the city allocate so much money to this private school? There are schools downtown and across the county that need resources and program improvement.
Also, how are the students selected? What is the criteria? How do all students have an equal opportunity given that the City of Charleston is involved?
Why is this not a charter school?
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