Published April 29, 2009
Does it make sense to send as many as 12 teachers to Singapore to improve math classroom skills at a time when teachers' pay and benefits are under fire? Is it fair to cut benefits to bus drivers and others while giving contract extensions to select administrators? Those issues and many more -- including his outlook for re-election with opposition from the teachers union, and whether it was worth all the trouble to fire Ray Baker and bring in Dennis Thompson as superintendent -- are addressed by Collier County School Board member Steve Donovan on this week's "One on One with Jeff Lytle" program which airs on Comcast Cable’s My TV8 Sunday at noon and is available here.
|'One on One' transcript: Steve Donovan interview highlights||May 2, 2009|
|Collier school district finds funds to send 12 teachers to Singapore for training||April 28, 2009|
|VIDEO: School board member Steve Donovan on 'One on One'||April 29, 2009|
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