Luna's plan is a lemon, so how do we make lemonade?

Posted Wednesday, March 9, 2011, at 9:03 AM
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  • I want my niece and nephew to grow up having better education for themselves. The United States is failing in the educational department. Something is wrong and I rather try what he has to propose than what isn't working right now. Because when it comes to the education of my family, it's very important that we have something working. She's six years old and more enthusiastic about school every day. I told her that once she gets out of kindergarten she'll be having to go school longer because she'll be moving up in the grade and all she can say is "Yay!!"

    Look I know what people are getting at when they say they don't want computers teaching their children. Right now I'm behind in school because of the choices I made, I didn't want to go to school and so I was put on probation. I'm in the tenth grade and I'm eighteen years old and currently going to online school that's working wonderfully. I was on an IEP when I was in Hacker middle school and junior high school. I'm not on an IEP, and I'm doing something I enjoy in school. Civics and Sociology, with the basic courses of biology and math. I want to thank my teacher who was with me in the Middle school and junior high school, who warned me about the poor decisions I made and now I understand the importance of a good education.

    Last year I learned how to make a resume and learned more about the business world to prepare myself. I got a B+ in there and it was wonderful.

    I want my niece and nephew to experience a work of art when they smile up at their teachers. Learning about new things and craving to learn even more.

    -- Posted by CharlesHarris on Fri, Mar 11, 2011, at 11:08 PM
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