January 22, 2012 · By Bob Ellis · 0 Comments
A legislative crackerbarrel meeting was held Saturday morning at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology regarding the 2012 South Dakota Legislative session. My thanks to Ed Randazzo of The Right Side for running my video recorder for me since I could not be there due to other commitments.
This video clip shows a question and response about legislative actions on education in South Dakota. Specifically mentioned were Governor Dennis Daugaard’s proposals, tenure , and also looking not only at teachers but administrative staff.
The entire 2-hour meeting can be viewed here.
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