Mostly it seems like it is regarded as a problem in allocating kids: Are we directing the right number and mixture to the right schools? Do we need more bussing? (And the associated bond question: Are we allocating the right proportion of bond monies to each school? See stories at Salem Reporter, the SJ for more.)
|Our system of compulsory autoism is not fair via Twitter|
|Front page earlier this week:|
"Salem-Keizer 'not ready' to integrate"
|Land use and affordable housing is central via Twitter|
|Resource hoarding remains an issue via Twitter|
West Salem has a shiny new HS,
does it need a shiny new bridge also?
|Richmond Addition, May 22nd, 1911|
(See notes on 1920s deed restrictions for more
Note "new school" + "building restrictions")