By Ryan McCarthy
Eleven books. Eleven pages for public comment. Not a single word.
Textbooks, including English language arts books that meet Common Core State Standards and costing $229,889 for three high school grades, have been on display since May 22 for public review at the school district office but brought no visitors, according to the Fairfield-Suisun School District.
Trustees take up adoption of the $253,473 worth of textbooks at their meeting Thursday.
Dave Gaut, who serves on the seven-member board of trustees, said it’s hard to know why people don’t take an interest in the opportunity at the Instructional Media Center.