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NuclearDruid

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Test Scores Drop, School Board Dispatches K-9 Unit
« on: February 20, 2006, 09:16:58 am »

This struck my funny bone.

http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=education&id=3918271

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Over the past year, test scores at the middle school have dropped. One board member today hinted drugs may be the reason.

Shirley Thorton, school board member: "Something is causing them not to succeed."

Uh, could it be the curriculum? Maybe too many union-sponsored planning days. Doh, what was I thinking?!? It couldn't possibly be something that the school is doing therefore it MUST be the students fault. Unlease the Inquisition! Heck, there's only 38 students. That's not very many thumbscrews. :laugh:

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