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August 28, 2008

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rick

I'm sure there are enough students to have the class and who would love to take this class.The problem lies in the fact that, the students who choose and take the class are subjected to other students making fun of them and harassing them for taking the class period.This is sad , but it's how things are when your a student.Especially in high school where image and social standing is first and foremost before knowledge and understanding.

VinnyV

What's the fuss? Sounds like common sense here. Oh wait - we're not supposed to think for ourselves, are we? That's what evangelicals are for: to pull our strings and manipulate us.

bob johnson

The schools don't have to offer the class even if 600 students or parents request the class. The law says if they offer the class and fewer then 15 reqister the school can cancel the class.

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