26.10.2010 - Fund education
From Newsminer.com: The Alaska Permanent Fund has a market value of $37 billion. What value do we place on Alaska’s children? I taught for 10 years in Flint, Mich. At one time, Flint schools were the envy of the nation. By partnering with the Mott Foundation in 1935, Flint Community Schools became a major factor in the life of the city through school-based educational and recreational activities. Flint has since lost General Motors and therefore, money. Alaska has money but squirrels it away for the “future.” If only $1 billion of those dollars were divided equally among the 54 school districts in Alaska, each district would have more than..........................................Full Article: Source
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