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New York City Schools Spend $6,900 Per Student - on Bus Transportation!

Ginamero Wrote: Jan 13, 2013 7:39 AM
Dude, you are a nut. At first I thought you were just posting in the wrong spot (I'm mean I can't blame you, liberals do not process information so well) then I notice the above statement is posted on every article. Once again you are so wrong. I'm a fiscal conservative and I don't believe in a god. Your entire argument is moot. Plus, I think you are a dupe of the Democratic establishment. More so now that I know all you have to do in these early morning hours is post on web sites nonsensical stuff about people you don't even know. Again, wrong stuff because I'm not religious.
1Falcon1 Wrote: Jan 13, 2013 9:22 PM
gin that is SYBIL just flag and move on
Richard31 Wrote: Jan 13, 2013 11:11 AM
Welcome, newcomer. You have encountered our pet cockroach, Ray Ancel / Sybil / half a dozen other aliases. Paid troll of George Soros.

Best thing to do is just hit the "Flag as Offensive" on all of its comments - that at least makes it set up a new email and TH account once in a while, rather than post its drivel.

New York City Schools Spend $6,900 Per Student - on Bus Transportation!

Government schools are an expensive endeavor, especially when union labor and no-bid contracts are involved.

The New York City Department of Education has been catching heat from transportation unions lately over a decision to solicit bids for private transportation services in an effort to curtail runaway costs.

The district has not sought “significant” bids for student transportation services in 33 years. That means it’s probably been using the same companies for years, without competitive bids to naturally control rising costs.

And those costs are increased every year because...