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Albert Borroni for Oberlin School Board

Albert Borroni for Oberlin School Board

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Published by The Morning Journal
Election questionnaire for Oberlin School Board candidate Albert Borroni
Election questionnaire for Oberlin School Board candidate Albert Borroni

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Published by: The Morning Journal on Oct 25, 2013
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1.Political Party/office soughtOberlin City School Board2.Age:503.Place of birth:Garfield Hts, Ohio4.Home Address:134 Sycamore Street, Oberlin, Ohio 440745.Length of residence in that community:8 years6.Occupation:Director of Educational Technology7.Employer:Oberlin College8.Elected office experience:none yet
9.Non-elected office experience (boards etc.)PTOFacilities Committee, Oberlin City Schools10.Education (only schools graduated from)Oberlin College, BAKent State, Ph.D. Neurobioloty11.Marital status:Married12.name of spouse:Terry13.name and ages of any children: Alex - 914.Organizations:15.Should you be elected, what are three specific areas you'd like to change, address, improve or further research, and how specifically would you go about it?We need to look very closely at our building situation. The infrastructure is breaking down and will costmoney to repair, we are spending way too much money on heating, cooling and electricity and the spaceis not necessarily conducive to 21st century teaching and learning. Also, we are or will be eligible soonfor state matching funds to repair and/or replace our buildings. We need to look at the financial andeducational pros and cons of continued maintenance vs consolidation/upgrades vs new construction. Todo this we need to continue to engage the community, work with the consulting firms and solicit feedbackfrom current staff and even students.I would also like to learn more about the cause of the drop off in academic achievement scores seen atthe middle school. Why are our students doing so well in the high school and 3-5 but not so well inbetween. How much better could they be doing in high school if they didn't have that short setback in

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