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Nevada's Superintendent James Guthrie
Nevada's Superintendent James Guthrie

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AIR DATE: July 5, 2012

James Guthrie was named the state's superintendent back in March. In that time he has tackled low graduation rates and teacher compensation. Guthrie joins us to discuss these and other Nevada education issues and take your calls.

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James Guthrie, Nevada Superintendent


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COMMENTS:
WOW!! A "bureaucrat" who thinks. How did this ever happen?
ed uehlingJun 29, 2012 09:33:12 AM
The big mistake in hiring yet another bureaucrat to run a bureaucracy, is that one gets ever more bureaucracy. Give me or any sensible person his budget, and it could easily be cut by 20% in 20 minutes, without increasing class size. Truly, these people running the show have absolutely no idea of how unnecessary and unproductive they are compared to the necessary and productive end of the operation, which would be teachers.
Tom HurstJun 29, 2012 08:33:24 AM
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