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I believe the debut of Windows marked the date computers began hitting the educational process.

Although, I do recall a couple sessions in JHS that was not windows based (1980?).

I still have the Course Catalog for 1992-94. It lists a J. Parr on staff, but I had the economics courses at CWU approved for transfer.

The main accounting teacher I remember is McGonigle. He had a good sense of humor and he knew how to keep me in my place. He didn't allow my attitude (or my attendance: lack of) to affect the grade I should receive (earned).

To many professors wanted me to sit for 2-3 hours (Eastern's downtown Spokane classes for those of us who worked fulltime) while they read (or para-phrased) the textbook. I paid a "high price" for that!

Oh, well. I didn't have anything better to do at the time and I am comfortable with where I am today. All ends well, so far.



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