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Jan 21, 18, 12:55 AM #31
That's Cordia's biggest sin is that they never were any good until recently, and that caught people's eye. And they had 6-7-8-9-10 transfers, whereas the Perry Centrals of the world would only have 2-3.Advertisement
Jan 21, 18, 01:07 AM #32
Jan 21, 18, 01:07 AM #33
Jan 21, 18, 01:10 AM #34
It surely wouldn't be because of other, more ethnic reasons, would it?
Jan 21, 18, 01:13 AM #35
Jan 21, 18, 01:16 AM #36
Also, you quoted me before I added a tag-on to the end of my post, that may explain other things about the Cordia outrage.
Jan 21, 18, 01:19 AM #37
Jan 21, 18, 01:29 AM #38
Jan 21, 18, 06:41 AM #39
My guess is KDE did not want to shut them down, but had little choice with building safety issues beyond the norm. I imagine many were not reported in teh article.
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First, one that is puzzling, is schools do not have to have generators. Where I work, we do not. I am the Safe Schools coordiantor and they iare on our list to purchase. They are a wise idea, but not a mandate.
My guess is that insurance will not cover what is wrong and it probably costs more to fix than Knott County has in bonding power or what they believe is fiscally responsible. M
Another guess is that KDE required things get fixed, Knott County tried temporarily, it didn't work and KDE said move them. I doubt there is any conspiracy, just things tried that didn't pan out and/or were too costly. Basketball was probably not even near the top of KDE's nor Knott Countiy's list. Student safety and a psoitive learning facility probably was.