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(Miami Herald)   Guess which state lets dumb children into Advance Placement classes and wonders why they don't score higher on tests   ( ) divider line
    More: Florida, Advanced Placement, high schools, College Board, ETS, adult educations, credit hours, class size, Broward Schools  
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8668 clicks; posted to Main » on 24 Dec 2012 at 9:12 AM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-12-24 10:20:45 AM  
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lilplatinum: Wulfman:
Math is treated as an obstacle by most students and most parents, even a lot of smart and successful parents, and they view the ability to do math without a calculator about the same way that most people regard navigation by stars and compass - a pointless exercise that isn't seen as relevant to anybody's life going back several generations.

And they are right, math is fairly useless for the vast majority of people.

[citation needed] Do you have any numbers to back that up?

/hint, it's a trap
2012-12-24 09:19:08 AM  
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2012-12-24 09:16:29 AM  
1 vote:
I was going to say "Texas", then I remembered there aren't enough smart kids in Texas to warrant an Advance Placement program. Then I saw the Florida tag and thought, "Hey, that makes sense."
2012-12-24 08:40:09 AM  
1 vote:
"I'm gonna go write myself a minivan."

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