It was a joy to see my children excited about going to school rather than dreading another day in the public schools where the teachers ignored them and told me that they were so bright that they could learn in a closed, black room. That didn't help them become all that they could be. The public school was concerned with the status quo and only encouraging the lower end of the educational spectrum.
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