Feb 12, ’04 8:29 PM
Feb 12, ’04 7:37 PM
Lee Sensenbrenner writes:
In a sign that this spring’s Madison School Board elections are being taken more seriously than in years past, the debate season has already begun and an independent Web site is tracking the candidates’ positions.
Whether the district will pursue another referendum to address its budget problems is certainly a leading issue, but candidates are also pushing curriculum changes to the front, as well asserting that board members have not been sufficiently independent from the district’s administration.
I’ll be posting video clips and mp3 files here shortly.