I've been asked to work with a group to help improve our local public schools. As far as public schools go, ours are pretty decent.Our district is very small. As best I can tell, the constituency is either very conservative (all for the basics, discipline, etc.) or quite liberal (willing to try very different approaches)--but both groups active and vocal (although not necessarily knowledgeable) regarding education.Given the above and what you know about public education in general, what would you suggest for improvements--big or small; long-term or short-term; expensive or no-cost.Thanks.Kathleen
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