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Alton teachers asked for and received our community's support

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To the editor,

The Alton Teachers’ Association is a part of the global community that values public schools and learning, despite the many obstacles to successful education. We would like to give our profound thanks, locally, to the Alton citizens who supported Alton schools by electing representatives to the School Board and Budget Committee, passing Alton Central School’s budget, and supporting the collective bargaining agreement at the recent vote. We asked for – ...

To the editor,

The Alton Teachers’ Association is a part of the global community that values public schools and learning, despite the many obstacles to successful education. We would like to give our profound thanks, locally, to the Alton citizens who supported Alton schools by electing representatives to the School Board and Budget Committee, passing Alton Central School’s budget, and supporting the collective bargaining agreement at the recent vote. We asked for – and received – the community’s support, and we appreciate it.

We are part of this community that has generated a beneficent and positive momentum which will help us surmount together the many obstacles to successful education.

Richard Brown, President

Alton Teachers' Association