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Re: Public Schools

On Fri, 27 Sep 1996 22:36:57 -0800, Timothy C. May wrote:

>>        a very unusual situation  --but I live in rural southern utah
>>    where the regional middle school of 1200 can support 4 bands, the
>>    top 2 being very impressive, and provide full AP classes, and ACT

>Wow! Utah is teaching AP?  Is Jim Bell being brought in as a Special Lecturer?
>(I knew Idaho has special Militia classes, but to hear that Utah is now
>teaching Assassination Politics is pretty impressive.)

Now, ignoring the humorous parts, wouldn't that be a scary thought?  Pro-AP
high school students?  I could just imagine the death toll rising as the
"popular" students are knocked off by jealous rivals,  as the dumped
[boy/girl]friend gets even, etc.  It'd be hard for any non-homeschooled
student to live to 18.

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