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Scott Adams November 10, 2013 at 05:47 pm
Common core will soon have the education system discriminating against minorities more like theRead More prison system. It has already been in progress, check it out at Scott Adam's blog article "NAACP demands ignored until Superintendent's contract extended" http://newtampa.patch.com/groups/scott-adams-blog/p/naacp-demands-ignored-until-superintendents-contract-extended
Pam Rios November 11, 2013 at 10:32 am
I do not think Common Core is a good thing for our children. From my research, I have learned itRead More seems to emphasize creating little soldiers for the workforce; cogs in the machinery. There is no thinking out of the box or room for much creativity.
You can help Temple Terrace schools get money through Target's "Give With Target" program. Photo credit: Ashley Reams
Theodore Beare August 22, 2013 at 11:46 am
So, I need to support a company that supports Anti-LBGT groups and politicians? How about I justRead More give $1 to each school directly, and bypass helping Target show any attention.
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Susan Saunders June 9, 2013 at 02:31 pm
I cannot believe the Principal acted the way he did. He was immensely disrespectful to anRead More outstanding student. I'll bet that principal wasn't salutatorian of his high school. His hatefulness was absolutely awful . . . and he should be severely reprimanded. I have to agree that I think he was being spiteful. I hope our School Board does something to punish that man. Graduation from high school is a once in a lifetime event, and the principal absolutely ruined it for one of his top scholars. Shame on him!
Eddie Mack June 9, 2013 at 02:35 pm
kid welcome to the real world... Pull up your big boy pants and grow up.. Stop being a wussy...
Chris Taylor June 10, 2013 at 02:03 pm
Thanks for all of your comments everyone. I've seen some discussions like this get a bit out ofRead More hand, so I appreciate everyone being thoughtful and on topic.
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