As kids head back to school in Albany, Governor Cuomo took the occasion to vow that failing schools will no long be tolerated.
“What I’m saying on education is, failing schools are not acceptable. Period. It has to end, and it has to end now,” he said in a meeting with The Buffalo News Editorial Board. “Our society’s willingness to perpetuate this situation is no longer acceptable. We need dramatic action, and it’s going to come to a head.”
On the list of possible solutions are to have successful charter schools take over the failing schools. If an entire district is getting poor grades that it might be time for the mayor or town to step in. There will be a lot more school reform details put forth in his upcoming state of the union speech. Although there have been plenty of education reform bills put forth in the state legislature, they haven’t moved far. Hopefully, this year will be different.
Sending your kids off to school is a good time to “reform” your home. At the very least you should take the opportunity of an empty house during the day to do some cleaning. What kind of junk has piled up over the summer? Maybe there are some broken toys or a swing set that has been abandoned. Perhaps there is a above ground pool that has seen better days. Could be that y our garage and basement simply became a dumping ground for all kinds of clutter. Instead of hanging onto that stuff into the fall, why not call Junk King Capital District and schedule a removal appointment?
Junk King are the Albany based junk hauling experts that are part of a national franchise. This means they have high standards to live up to when it comes to this type of service. You can see how those standards play out in all the positive reviews that Junk King Capital District receives. There is plenty of talk about friendly workers, dependable service and great prices. Those are the kind of reviews that have made Junk King the number one junk hauler in Albany.
Most professional organizers will tell you that if you’re not using something at least every six months you can get rid of it. That makes sense for clothes and shoes. It’s also good advice for all that old furniture you’ve got in the basement or out in the garage. You might even have boxes of stuff still taped up from your last move. Do you really need whatever is in those boxes? Instead, reclaim all that space for more practical purposes. Get rid of enough junk and you might even have an entire empty room to refurnish! Let Junk King Capital District show you the way!