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February 24, 2013 5:00 PM

Horry schools need return to traditional governance

Public education in Horry County is no longer public. All public schools are now private ones. Public tax dollars are directed by the superintendent of education to local, state and national business interests without democratic input from the public and board of education. The board of education no longer directs budgetary planning, district operations and district policy. Monetary decisions are not scrutinized by the board.

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