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Postby mhansen » Thu Jan 28, 2010 7:30 pm

"In reality, it's the parents, the teachers, and the administrators who are lazy. Unwilling or unable to try different tactics to help these children, they are left behind. Anything else would be too much work."

Or, those teachers and administrators who work 60 hour weeks have 35 kids with different learning styles in their classroom and not enough up-to-date supplies (so they spend hundreds or thousands of dollars of their own money) and have to deal with their students' many emotional and physical issues before they can even attempt to teach.
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