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Morris calls for early childhood education and fairness in school funding

October 27, 2010

From the Morris campaign:

State Senate Candidate Jack Morris announced his plan for early childhood education and development (ECED) initiatives and announced his support for a series of proposals that he says will restore local decision making to school budgets.

Having taught as a substitute teacher, and active in mentoring and tutoring third graders, Morris’s passion for education has driven him to meet with school administrators during his campaign to fully understand their budget problems.

Morris stated, “The three big issues facing Fort Wayne and Indiana are jobs, economy and education; and, all three start with education. A quality education drives the type of jobs and individual can seek, and a community that has a quality education system also attracts higher paying jobs, which promote a stronger economy. “

Morris pointed out the Fort Wayne area has received less than its fair share of state money for education and pledges to fight to assure our area receives the money we deserve and need.

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