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Ardoin's Funeral Home

1210 Stagg Avenue
Basile, LA 70515
(337) 432-6726
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2916 Stagg Avenue
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Is it time for an elected board to run the city schools again? Upcoming talks could mean big changes - St. Louis Public Radio

Monday, June 06, 2016

Whether that’s the fairest way for the situation to proceed is something else.Carole Basile, the dean of the school of education at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, headed a task force in 2014 charged with coming up with a new scheme of governance for the Normandy schools. Originally, they planned to meet in secret, but when that idea surfaced, the commissioner of education at the time, Chris Nicastro, said that the meetings should be open instead.Basile said that shift inhibited free-wheeling discussion and made her group’s job harder.“In a public session,” she said in an interview, “you couldn’t just put ideas on the table. The minute you said hey, what if we consider X, someone in the audience would take it and run with it. If we had spent a meeting talking about let’s blow up the district, just to talk about it, people were goi...

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Is it time for an elected board to run the city schools again? Upcoming talks could mean big changes - St. Louis Public Radio

Monday, June 06, 2016

Whether that’s the fairest way for the situation to proceed is something else.Carole Basile, the dean of the school of education at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, headed a task force in 2014 charged with coming up with a new scheme of governance for the Normandy schools. Originally, they planned to meet in secret, but when that idea surfaced, the commissioner of education at the time, Chris Nicastro, said that the meetings should be open instead.Basile said that shift inhibited free-wheeling discussion and made her group’s job harder.“In a public session,” she said in an interview, “you couldn’t just put ideas on the table. The minute you said hey, what if we consider X, someone in the audience would take it and run with it. If we had spent a meeting talking about let’s blow up the district, just to talk about it, people were goi...