Tag Archive for Stanley H. Wotring Jr.

Letter: Curriculum Changes

Tell us what you’re thinking! Opinions are welcome either in short-form in the comments below or long-form to editor@lynnhappens.com. Dear Dr. Latham and School Committee members, Good morning. I am writing you today about some deep and troubling concerns I have gotten since my discovery of the “Science from Scientists” line on the Washington School…

Letter to the Editor on School Funding

Dear Editor, No one can reasonably argue with the overall concept of fully funding education. However the formula used to arrive at that artificial designation is so convoluted that it guarantees distortion of reality. A true objective analysis would be complete with detailed recommendations, complete with feasible solutions. Sacrifices will have to be made to…

Letter to the Editor re: Voting at the Ford School

This letter has been addressed to the Human Rights Commission and shared with LynnHappens – (Bold and italicized portions preserved from the author’s original copy) – Dear Human Rights Commission,                         March 11, 2014   I have had the good fortune to have been involved with the ADA legislation since its inception, having served as Chairman…

Letter to the editor on the MBTA’s proposals

The complete video of yesterday’s fare change/cutbacks hearing at City Hall Auditorium will post this evening.   Dear Editor, I am writing to express my deep concern about the effects to the proposed effects to the MBTA fare and schedule structure. The apocalyptic changes will devastate our most vulnerable people the hardest. While the ramifications…

Letter to the Editor – Disability Employment Awareness Month

October is Disability Employment Awareness Month. It seems this month shares other designations. They are all important but disability is such a transient condition that everyone will pass through this state at one point in their life. This issue is everyone’s issue.   The explosion of technology has made “reasonable accommodations” all the more reasonable…

Letters to the Editor

Here are two recent letters to the Editor. Information on how to submit your own, follows. 1. Neuroscience over KIPP at old 507, for the Veterans Dear Editor: Although lacking the financial wherewithal or the political connections to have a big impact on the economic development of Lynn, I do have an idea that I…