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  1. The difference between the SOT — Save Our Teachers — campaign and the failed $42,000,000 bond effort is SOT is voluntary. SOT campaign identified a specific need — loss of teahcer — and a voluntary effort to raise money. The failed $42,000,000 bond was ill-defined, mandatory and not specific. Oh, yes, the ostensible reason was the repair of Wilkes but no answer was given why the rebuild amount was 100% overstated or why we had another $10,000,000 added to a bloated rebuild project.

    I would caution BISD from extrapolating from the SOT success that voters are primed for another bloated bond submission.

    I personally believe the shortage of teachers is a direct result of mis-priorities of BISD #303 LEADERSHIP on how to run a district. Let’s see less front-office types and more on-the-street teachers.

    BISD #303: beware of submitting another bloated bond in the name of the children.

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