Those were the words of WRKO radio talk show host Jeff Kuhner, who bills himself as “Liberalism’s Worst Nightmare,” speaking in front of Newton’s Ed Center last night, according to this report from the TAB’s Julie Cohen.
Cohen’s story doesn’t say if Kuhner is a Newton resident and she didn’t interview or
NewtonHighSchools.com is parent-led organization that advocates for healthy high school start times. We asked School Committee candidates in the four contested races to answer three multiple choice questions, while giving them the opportunity to comment.
As the author, my goal was to ask direct questions that the would not consume too much of the
Village 14 regular Jeffrey Pontiff, who is a director of the group newtonhighschools.com, submitted this.
The Newton City Council will consider a citizens’ petition (246-7) tonight (Monday Oct. 16) which reads:
“The City Council acknowledges the scientifically documented benefits of a later high school start time. The Council recognizes the paramount importance of the health and well-being of children, and as such supports the Newton Public Schools in taking action to delay high school start times.”
The petition is organized by newtonhighschools.com, an organization that advocates for a
SEPAC, the Newton Special Education Parents Advisory Council, recently surveyed the candidates for school committee and mayor.