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Volume 4 Number 6

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June Columns
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Letters to the Editor...
Children In Georgia

My questions would be how come Hephzibah
children are failing miserably when
Columbia County schools are thriving and
keeping in front of the learning curve.
Being a graduate from the Columbia County
System I know that when I reached college I
was well prepared for my classes and
continued to excel. Do you feel that it
could just be the lack of Diversity in your
system. You said "They have made
tremendous progress but ARE NOT AND NEVER
WILL be on grade level." Then my question
to you is why not hold them back until they
are ready, or maybe you should communicate
with the lower level of teachers and find
out exactly where the problem is coming
from. You canít blame anyone for being
stupid except for those facilitators that
made them that way

Eric Schirhart,,

This month's letters:

  • Teaching in Virginia, 6/15/03, by Neelu.
  • The Nurturing of Our Peers, 6/09/03, by Shani Wood.
  • Violence and Terrorism, 6/06/03, by Eric Schirhart.
  • Children In Georgia, 6/06/03, by Eric Schirhart.
  • maths, 6/05/03, by venkateswararao.
  • teacher job, 6/05/03, by venkateswararao.


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