Talk:North Allegheny School District

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The North Allegheny School District's Unethical Tax Collection Practices Section[edit]

The contributor clearly added highly controversial, uncited, unwikified, and highly biased material to the article. The content may well be viable, useful, and/or pertinent, but certainly cannot be added in a huge blob of text, definitely cannot be biased and so strongly against North Allegheny, must present points of view from both sides, must be clarified, shortened, and generally wikified and broken up. Additionally, the contributor removed arguably valuable material from the article with no explanation or just cause. Wikipedia is not a place to broadcast your views or to support a cause, so don't bring that nonsense here. The point of the open source encyclopedia is to offer good, unbiased information. This certainly was not that.

- Ultima Designs 03:06, 29 April 2006 (UTC)

The content added may be controversial, but it is factual. The school board cannot deny that they are doing this- it is a matter of public record. Individuals seeking information on a school district that they are considering relocating to would be well advised of this practice so that they can make an informed decision. You may not like or agree with the information presented, but you are not empowered to censor it. I will not allow North Allegheny School District to quash ANOTHER civil right...though they have a history of attempting to do so (see section on nasucks.com) It will be revised and reposted as often as necessary.

You see, the problem is that your post is considerably biased, and your goal is to attack North Allegheny School District. You state, and I quote, "I will not allow North Allegheny School District to quash ANOTHER civil right," clearly indicating your bias. In this sense, your content can and will be censored, and a Wikipedia administrator will be notified if you continue to deface the page. You have posted biased information which clearly violates Wikipedia's policies. If you have not reviewed these, I would strongly consider doing so prior to continuing to post the same or similarly biased content. If you wish to repost the section with the bias removed, feel free to make another attempt at submitting a neutral view point.

- Ultima Designs 03:08, 5 May 2006 (UTC)

North Allegheny Sucks Website[edit]

The North Allegheny Sucks Website information certainly belongs because it a) relates entirely to an article about North Allegheny and b) was covered and found legitimate by local news organizations as well as the Pennsylvania American Civil Liberties Union. If it's news-worthy and legitimate, and it relates to the article, it belongs.

I agree that this is an important part of the article. It made the news, and as someone in the local area I can attest to the waves it created. If you decide to revert again, please at least comment on why. Dan Kimmons 09:31, 16 June 2006 (UTC)

I agree with Active Banana (talk · contribs) in his/her tagging of this section with {{undue}} Toddst1 (talk) 18:05, 4 January 2011 (UTC)
Just because it "made the local news" does not mean that, given the entire history of the school, this incident deserves a stand alone section. Active Banana (bananaphone 18:08, 4 January 2011 (UTC)
I think the section smacks of recentism circa 2006 and I agree that it should be removed. Toddst1 (talk) 21:11, 4 January 2011 (UTC)

Sweet Rating We Got Going[edit]

"Start-Class"? Great. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.154.116.55 (talk) 21:21, 8 October 2008 (UTC)