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Salem school chief explains calamity day policy

January 22, 2014

SALEM— Today’s projected frigid temperatures had the city school board talking calamity days Tuesday night. Both Salem schools and St. Paul school have canceled school today....

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Jan-22-14 6:26 PM

LAF! Heck, I am still trying to get my head wrapped around this "common core" tangent. Let alone, Obama's equality ideology!

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Jan-22-14 10:19 AM

Congrats to those who EARNED great ACT scores. Now, to better prepare these great kids for what's in store for them I would recommend the following:

Any dedicated, hard working student who scores 28 or above on their ACT should be penalized 3 points. Those three points should be awarded to any student who scores 22 or below. This will help to maintain academic equality amongst all students. Obviously, those earning high scores had an unfair advantage and don't deserve to keep all of those ACT points???

Isn't this what the USSA is all about today?

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