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School Reform

Don’t forget high school students

February 21, 2013

School reform in West Virginia has to start somewhere, and clearly, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and others involved in setting strategy were right to focus on younger childre....

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neocurmudgeon74

Feb-21-13 9:15 AM

MrAlex, all of your supporting points are valid but your conclusion is bogus.

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janeeyre1

Feb-21-13 8:22 AM

OK the meddage board gate is open! Release The Cracken-oh sorry! I meant, release the S.M.O.M'S! AKA, Single Moms On Meds. They post about what wonderful caring mothers they are-ALL DAY LONG-and then pump their kids full of drugs because they are tweens who feel awkward about being around other people-as any normal teenager would? Sounds like what Wood County really needs are some parenting classes-to teach some of these ladies that there's more to raising a child then feeding them drugs. Last month, truancy and drugs an issue. Now it's grades? We need a new direction people!

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janeeyre1

Feb-21-13 7:58 AM

I don't think it's an accident that as soon as more and more moms started putting their kids on meds because they displayed symptoms of being a normal kids-school test scores started going down hill. Kids today are being over medicated and the test scores prove it.

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