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Post Reply Bedtime reading could disadvantage other children
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tkayt wrote:You don't have to necessarily buy books to read if you've got libraries. Some places/schools offer book clubs for children to encourage reading. They also offer literacy classes for parents who struggle or who are new to speaking English. Schools provide books as well as taking classes to visit the local community libraries so they can borrow books to take home.


If there was some 1% claim that kids in private schools do better than 99% kids in public schools, okay, "unfair advantage".

If you can't get something the city does fairly provide you for free, just like the other people getting it for free because they're actually interested in it, that's laziness. Key difference.
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Strange, I didn't know we had to think about other children when taking care of our own.
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Everyone realizes is this just one old British dude talking out of his ass on a radio show, right?

The proper headline for this article should be:

"Professor Frank Oberklaid Shows Remarkable Restraint When Discussing His Peers"

Posted 5/2/16

runec wrote:

Everyone realizes is this just one old British dude talking out of his ass on a radio show, right?

The proper headline for this article should be:

"Professor Frank Oberklaid Shows Remarkable Restraint When Discussing His Peers"



Pretty much! lol
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This is why Americans want to keep their guns.
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