Secondly, the staff there has made a connection with my son that might not be readily made by other therapists. He does not do well with radical changes.
In closing, I understand that the projected shortfall for the 2011 fiscal year for the Boston Public Schools is about $63 million dollars. I am also aware that the City of Boston does not issue bonds although it has an excellent credit rating. I fully believe that the education of the children in the City of Boston should be the paramount concern of those we entrust with leadership. If there is a concern that should cause our city to borrow against our good credit, education should be first on the list. Thank you.
Wayne J. Wilson, Jr.