(Hour 2a) Rich reminded the listeners about the Save the Children Action Network, a Washington DC based political action committee, and their heavy funding of local races. He then shared that seven members of the Manchester School Board who received endorsements from the organizations voted in favor of a proposal to open a test program that includes funding from the organization. Finally, he pointed out why the past two Manchester School District Superintendents believe that the matter should be put on hold for the time being. Tune in to hear more about this.
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