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Hundreds of debate teams from around the world entered the Bickel & Brewer / NYU International Public Policy Forum (IPPF) competition, but only 16 remain, including Brother Rice High School.
Why won't local elected officials listen or explain to the voters what their "lame duck" votes mean?
Students from Brother Rice High School have advanced to the “Top 32” round of an international debate competition.
A Conservative's Response to Ken Jackson
Where have all the conservatives gone? BHSD needs them now more than ever
Who cares about public education?
What is the current and future state of BHS finances? One candidate gives you his views.
Do we get a good value for our education tax dollars in the BHSD?
No. We need a better board.
Taxpayers were promised $2.5-million in operating savings....
We need a better board to address problems directly.
It is time for Mrs. Greenwell to move on.
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