July 22, 2016

Thomas Terwilliger

How District 2 candidates answer questions on public education:                       Tom Terwilliger, challenger for District 2 The current commission says it has no role in education, yet the city pays over $500,000 for school crossing guards, has paid for a preschool and donates to school sports. Pompano […]

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July 22, 2016

Charlotte Burrie

How District 2 candidates answer questions on public education:      Commissioner Charlotte Burrie, District 2 Our children are our future. For them to carry on, they need a well rounded education. From what I have observed, children are not receiving the opportunity to learn and enjoy the arts, music, or our country’s history, which […]

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July 22, 2016

Fred Stacer

How District 1 candidates answer questions on public education:                      Fred Stacer, Candidate, District 1 Good public schools support the Pompano Beach economy by providing an educated work force, by attracting and keeping families with school age children and by attracting and keeping businesses who want […]

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July 22, 2016

Michael Sobel

How District 1 candidates answer questions on public education:                 Michael Sobel, Candidate, District 1 While one of my opponents has publicly dismissed our city’s role in our schools as simply a ‘county problem,’ I firmly believe that as a community we get what we give.  Many of our […]

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July 22, 2016

Dawne Richards

How District 1 candidates answer questions on public education:                     Dawne Richards, Candidate, District 1 Great public schools are critical to our economics.  Even though the schools are run by Broward County Public Schools, we know how important the quality of public schools is when people make […]

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July 22, 2016

Angela Hill

How District 1 candidates answer questions on public education:                  Angela Hill, Candidate, District 1 Families will pay more to live near high quality schools, unfortunately many of the Pompano Beach schools are consistently low rated, because of this Pompano loses tax dollars and higher property values to […]

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July 22, 2016

John Cavanaugh

How District 1 candidates answer questions on public education:                        John Cavanaugh, Candidate, District 1 It is not hard to quantify how important the role of education is to the economics of the City of Pompano Beach. A solid foundation of public/private elementary and middle […]

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July 22, 2016

Patrick Jovanov

How Pompano candidates answer questions on public education:                  Patrick Jovanov, challenger for Mayor As the city commission record reflects, I have been pleading about the dismal state of Pompano schools and Pompano children since 2009. Pompano Beach Elementary School has received “F” ratings for four consecutive years. […]

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July 22, 2016

David Baumwald

How Pompano candidates answer questions on public education:                       David Baumwald, challenger for Mayor As a proud step-father of a girl I have watched go from Deerfield High School, to Broward College, to Florida Atlantic University, I can say our schools do need improvement. Since it […]

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July 22, 2016

Lamar Fisher

How Pompano candidates answer questions on public education:                     Mayor Lamar Fisher, candidate for re-election Public Education is a key component to the financial wellbeing of our community. Families must feel confident in the schools where their children attend. I know this as not only by […]

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