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New Hampshire’s Commissioner Continues to Bash and Undercut Public Education… Why Aren’t the Democrats Making This an Issue?

August 3, 2018

The Advancing New Hampshire Public Education blog continues to pillory the current Frank Edelblut, the pro-privatization anti-public school Commissioner of Education appointed by GOP Governor Sununu. Their latest post, “Do We Have the Leadership We Need in New Hampshire?“, captures several video clips of the Commissioner advocating less money for public schools, the implementation of a de facto voucher plan for the state, and the use of taxpayers money to allow children to “choose” sectarian schools.

The question Do We Have the Leadership We Need in New Hampshire is purely rhetorical: we clearly do NOT have an advocate for public education leading our State’s schools… but voters in NH will have an opportunity to elect a new Governor in fall and, in doing so, will make it possible for the current Commissioner to be replaced. This leads me to pose one question to the Democratic Party in New Hampshire: Why isn’t this lack of leadership a huge political issue?

I’ve posted this question on web page and hope to get a response.

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