While many groups are pushing to vote “yes” on the Wichita Falls ISD proposed school bond, one group wants voters to consider a few details before passing the $290 million bond.
Bill Franklin joined the Wichita Falls ISD school board in 2014, right after the proposed bond election that year failed.
He says this time around is no different.
“What we are doing in my opinion is using a Cadillac approach to something which is based on a new education philosophy which is unproven,” said Franklin.
Read more about the school bond here, learn what proposals are in the bond, how your family’s property taxes could be affected and your children’s education might be impacted if the bond passes.