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Would they like some cheese with that whine?

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Submitted by Lynn (United States), Dec 9, 2008 at 08:34

Interesting how suddenly a school that promotes Islam becomes Arab when confronted by concerned citizens. Also, New Visions for Public Schools sounds like it attempts to make English a second language which of course segregates people in the United States even more, inhibits young peoples desire to fit in and delays the natural assimilations that occurs when the children of immigrants become a part of our culture through the school system. This all goes back to the ultra-liberals disdain for this country and their stranglehold on our education system.

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