Should public schools ask businesses and foundations to kick in when government won't?
Should public schools ask businesses and foundations to kick in when government won’t?
|Yes, the nonprofit Philadelphia School Partnership hopes to pump $100 million into expanding strong schools|
|No, schools deserve adequate government support|
|Yes, but only until economic times improve|
|No, these efforts won't assure schools' survival for the long-term|
|Total votes = 514|
Letters to the Editor
ISSUE | PENSIONS Clarke had a plan Farah Jimenez and Phil Goldsmith criticized City Council for failing to address the city's more than $5 billion unfunded pension liability but missed a strong effort by Council President Darrell L. Clarke to do just that ("The pension problem," Feb. 22).
For weeks, Republicans have lambasted President Obama for what they claim is a major foreign- policy failure: His refusal to use the term "Islamic" to describe the terrorists of Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.