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  • You may not like the fact that they offer to translate the page into Spanish, but most, if not every single public school in the state of Colorado makes information available to parents in Spanish as well as English. eagleye wrote: If you will take the time to go to the website, you'll see that the Mexican flag is something to click on, with the result that the page is translated into Spanish.

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  • You may not like the fact that they offer to translate the page into Spanish, but most, if not every single public school in the state of Colorado makes information available to parents in Spanish as well as English. eagleye wrote: If you will take the time to go to the website, you'll see that the Mexican flag is something to click on, with the result that the page is translated into Spanish.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • You may not like the fact that they offer to translate the page into Spanish, but most, if not every single public school in the state of Colorado makes information available to parents in Spanish as well as English. eagleye wrote: If you will take the time to go to the website, you'll see that the Mexican flag is something to click on, with the result that the page is translated into Spanish.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • You may not like the fact that they offer to translate the page into Spanish, but most, if not every single public school in the state of Colorado makes information available to parents in Spanish as well as English. eagleye wrote: If you will take the time to go to the website, you'll see that the Mexican flag is something to click on, with the result that the page is translated into Spanish.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • You may not like the fact that they offer to translate the page into Spanish, but most, if not every single public school in the state of Colorado makes information available to parents in Spanish as well as English. eagleye wrote: If you will take the time to go to the website, you'll see that the Mexican flag is something to click on, with the result that the page is translated into Spanish.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • I think there is a difference between being public record and pro-active publication of that record. eagleye wrote: What's happening now, at least in some cases, is that the felony arrest of school district employees is being made public by sources other than the school district, usually newspapers and TV stations.

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  • This is getting a bit far afield, since I'm quite certain making a sexual joke would, in most cases, not be considered a felony, and hence not covered under this proposed policy. eagleye wrote: This is getting a bit far afield, since I'm quite certain making a sexual joke would, in most cases, not be considered a felony, and hence not covered under this proposed policy.

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  • That is a failure of objective news journalism ... and is only one symptom of poor journalistic standards with this generation of news. eagleye wrote: This proposed policy is saying that the school district ought to notify parents first, rather than have them find out later by hearing it on the news or through the grapevine.

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  • Vote for Democrats, and they will support the Teachers Union, not the children or taxpayer in matters such as this because the Teachers Union pours huge amounts of money into the Democrat party. eagleye wrote: Arrests are always matters of public record.

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  • You may not like the fact that they offer to translate the page into Spanish, but most, if not every single public school in the state of Colorado makes information available to parents in Spanish as well as English. eagleye wrote: If you will take the time to go to the website, you'll see that the Mexican flag is something to click on, with the result that the page is translated into Spanish.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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