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Subject: Re: Retirement education? Date: 1/28/2005 1:37 AM
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So once again I will ask. Where does the money come from for this?

You cut something less important.


I happen to agree that this is something that should be taught to people. I haven't figured out how, yet.

However, what is less important? Boy, is that an explosion waiting to happen. As I look at school systems, there is a lot of things that are being taught, that I don't feel should be. However, someone thought that the school should teach those topics. So, how are you going to decide what is less important? I feel that anything other than Math, Science, History, and English grammar/writing is very much a waste. Have you seen a math book lately? At least in grades 3-6, they do projects, like coloring and finding matches and such, but very little math is done. By this I mean, adding numbers together often, to learn the basic skills of math. Other people would argue with me.

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