The Richmond Board of Education will continue to work on their two-, five-, and ten-year plans at Tuesday’s meeting. Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with Superintendent Damon Kizzire:
The Board has determined three areas of need within the district. “One of them was teacher’s salaries needed to go up. Two, our technology needed to be beefed up. And the third piece of that was we also needed to start looking at our curriculum and start buying books,” said Kizzire.
The technology plan and infrastructure will be reviewed. Kizzire said the district will consider allowing students to bring their portable electronic devices to school. This would increase concerns about wireless internet crashes during the middle of the day.
They gather at 7:00 Tuesday night in the Administration offices.