- Monday’s Letters to the Editor
- Close to Home: Don’t diminish this successful Santa Rosa charter school
- The Last Word: Write-a-caption contest
- Dionne: Culture wars, old and new
- Milbank: Get used to Obama’s swagger
One of Santa Rosa’s most effective schools is at a critical turning point.
Extremism abounds these days. It has become what defines our politics in Washington, determines our TV programming and rules our public discourse. It’s not enough to just disagree. We must castigate, demean and punish.
According to the White House, 99 percent of Americans can obtain some version of broadband. But almost half of rural America has no access to connections that offer at least 25 mbps.
When Sean McGlynn assumed the job as Santa Rosa’s top administrator in September, he said he found the staff 'exhausted,' worn down by years of budget cuts, staff reductions and 'decisions that had to be made to keep the organization afloat.'
Driving around California last year, we saw how our state has been changed. The beauty, diversity and promise of the place remain, but now people are less sure state leaders know how to put things right again.
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