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(WESH Orlando)   News: Cleanliness or lack of it the biggest problem, but the report also included everything from a cockroach infestation to feral cats living beneath a portable building FARK: This is a school they are talking about   ( divider line
    More: Florida, DeLand High School, feral cats, portable building, feral cats living  
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2013-04-09 06:53:25 AM  
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Last sentence: "Students admit some of the problems are of their own making." Gee - ya think!!?
2013-04-09 07:28:28 AM  
1 vote:
They didn't even mention the alligator that lives in the pool.
2013-04-09 06:59:46 AM  
1 vote:
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R.I.P. Will Feral.
2013-04-09 06:56:09 AM  
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untaken_name: Notice they didn't find any problems like that in a school administration building.

This times a thousand.
I went to all of my primary schooling in Florida, and I have several family members who are teachers.  Its not uncommon, at all, for the administration to give themselves numerous perks/upgrades (chairs/computers/building stuff, etc) while at the same time teachers are forking over significant amounts of their pay for basic supplies.

Good administrations are hard to find and always have a full roster of teachers (and a bunch waiting in the wings) because the teachers generally know which admin is effective/supportive and which admin is out for themselves.
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