Comments for: Candidates for Bangor school board stress quality of teaching

Posted Oct. 30, 2012, at 2:25 p.m.

BANGOR | The three candidates for Bangor School Committee have a lot in common. Each has three children, each was attracted to Bangor because of its schools, and each wants to play a part in future efforts to keep the school system strong. The candidates — Mark Eastman of …

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  • Anonymous

    The candidates differentiated themselves nicely:

    Moore is pleased with the system and says he will maintain the status quo.

    Eastman and Smiley are promising changes.

    • Anonymous

      Why promise changes when kids from Bangor are placing our schools among the top 10 in the state on standardized tests year after year?  Bangor teachers are doing a great job!

  • How about a new superintendent to 

  • Anonymous

    Did any of them  suggest that they might be willing to stand up to the vice grip that Guerette and Webb (and company) keep on the committee?  Perhaps engage the city council in a discussion about how to reform the committee and bring some meaningful change to it?

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