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Gov. Chris Christie names names: Rips “Poster Boy” Of Greedy Education Public Sector

Posted by iusbvision on November 12, 2010

As you will be seeing in my upcoming book, many school boards and administrators run our schools as if their primary purpose is to pay them a six figure salary.

Most education spending never gets to benefiting the kids, this is a prime example of why. We need serious education reform now and this includes taking on corrupt public sector unions.

“Let me tell you about the new poster boy for all that’s wrong with the public school system that is being dictated by greed,” Christie said. “This contract is the definition of greed and arrogance.”

“I suspect that the executive county superintendent is going to look very poorly upon someone who is trying to game the system and take from the taxpayers of Parsippany, and by extension, the taxpayers of New Jersey,” the governor added. “If Lee Seitz wants to try to put his greed and his arrogance ahead of the taxpayers of New Jersey, you elected me to stand up to people like Lee Seitz and others across the state, and I will.”

One Response to “Gov. Chris Christie names names: Rips “Poster Boy” Of Greedy Education Public Sector”

  1. Don Broome said

    Every time Governor Chris Christie attacks the N.J. Teacher’s Union, and by extension, the NEA, I want to stand up and cheer. I can’t recall the name, but a man once said (paraphrasing)”Show me a student with a union card, and then I will be concerned”

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