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Topic: [math-learn] Effects of Poverty on U.S. Children's Educational Achievement

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Zeev Wurman

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Re: [math-learn] Effects of Poverty on U.S. Children's Educational
Achievement Redux

Posted: Jan 21, 2013 5:10 PM
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Reminds me of an old joke about the Brits ...

Three gentlemen sit at a roadside pub. A car passes. Half an hour later
one of them says: Bentley. Another half an hour passes and another one
utters: Wolseley. An hour later the third gentleman announces: if you
don't stop fighting I am out of here!


On 1/21/2013 1:06 PM, kathleen Offenholley wrote:
> Dear All,
> I'm quitting the list. Ed, your comments are of value to me, as are
> Richard Hake's. But I'm tired of the vitriol. Your letter, below, was
> needlessly nasty, and you're the mildest of a generally offensive
> bunch. I'm sticking to the lists that have very strong moderators.
> Kathleen Offenholley

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