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As a follow-up and alternative approach, I offer a high school developed in the early 70's with an emphasis on curriculum and learning, rather than using limited financial resources on the creation of a school with walls.
Interestingly, the name of the school: A School Without Walls, which provides an academic curriculum and encourages students to "use the city as a classroom."
But then again, in MIA culture of glitz and glamor, a world class learning center can only be built from the ground up. Only to further the creation of new shiny facilities on this barrier island while the students are taught the intricacies of hospitality as an elective.
I guess real estate development and tourist industry is more important than a core curriculum to educate adolescents from the perspective of the MIA board.
So pick your candidates accordingly given we now have 12 years of history under city governance and the endorsement of Ms. Watt.
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