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At 06:18 PM 9/29/2010, GS Chandy wrote: > > GS Chandy Posted: Sep 28, 2010 10:05 AM > > > > >May I suggest that a practical way out would be to > > >- -- seek the inputs of ALL stakeholders in the > > issue > > >(students; teachers; parents; school administrators; > > > > >politicians; and even the 'Educational Mafia' if > > there > > >actually exists such a category of stakeholders in > > >education); > > >- -- record those inputs; > > >- -- then, from those inputs, to develop effective > > >Action Planning to help improve the educational > > systems > > >(particularly in math and science where I believe > > the > > >situation of 'after-school tutoring' is most severe. > > > > BTDT. > > > > Haim > > We're buying shrimp, guys. > > >"BTDT" ??? >Sorry to disappoint you, but I am NOT all-knowing as you seem to >assume. I do know "IMHO", and a couple of others - but "BTDT" is >unknown territory. > >It would be most useful for the comprehension of others (certainly >of the person to whom that "BTDT" seems to be directed, namely, >GSC) if you were to explain such an anagram as the above at least >the first time that you use it in a message. Thanks. > >Perhaps ingestion, as fish food, of some of the shrimp that you've >been so very assiduously purchasing may help you to understand this? > >GSC >("Why Am I Not Surprised?")