Pioneer Press St Paul School Board Candidates Survey on Greg Copeland

This was taken from the Pioneer Press Candidates Page (http://www.twincities.com/2016/10/07/election-2016-st-paul-school-board-candidates) for the Special Election for St Paul Public Schools Board of Education.  They did not post his picture even though they have had his photo on file back to 2013. ~~ Publius Jr.


Greg Copeland

  • Age: 62
  • What qualifies you to hold this position? Saint Paul Taxpayers need an Independent Advocate on the School Board to be their Watchdog and to blow the whistle on what has become a School Board that is the captive of the Teacher’s Union, which spent over $100,000 to buy four seats in the 2015 Election. Group-Think in our Public Schools does not embrace Our City’s Diversity.
  • What would your top priorities be if elected? 1. Hire a New Superintendent. 2. Create an Education Plan for each individual student to ensure their personal, academic & career goals will drive their course work. 3. No Property Tax Increase! Fund Student Achievement! Make Academics Priority #1 by cutting spending on Central Office Administration & The Million Dollar Race Equity Office.
  • What do you think is the primary role of government? Our Republic must preserve Liberty! Justice Charles Evans Hughes wrote; “… imperative is the need to preserve inviolate the constitutional rights of free speech, free press, and free assembly in order to maintain the opportunity for free political discussion to…be responsive to the will of the People, and that changes, …may be obtained…”
  • Website or contact: GregCopeland911.wordpress.com
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