Teachers have waited long enough in my opinion, and I certainly understand the OEA's threat to strike and shut down the schools if the Legislature doesn't give them a pay raise by April 1. Here's what you had to say about it:Aaron says, "As a teacher, I'm incredibly upset that the OEA has come so late to the party. Where have they been for last several years?" Duke in Clinton is fired up, "The state just got through approving a two percent "across the board" budget cut.
I don't blame Oklahoma school teachers for threatening a school shutdown, in fact, I think they've shown remarkable patience over the last several years. Each year they're told the legislature will come up with something to increase the embarrassingly low salaries they're paid, and every year something gets in the way of it happening. Usually, you can blame it on a lack of real leadership at the state Capitol.
Multiple agencies and people should have scooped up the Florida school shooter and gotten him some mental health care long before his rampage. Here’s what you had to say about it:Philip first, "The gun is the problem. A disturbed person with an assault style weapon that can fire up to 30 rounds as quick as he can pull the trigger can create a lot more carnage." But Delois argues, "This was not a gun problem it was complete failure from the top down. The sheriff is dirty just like some in the FBI!"
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