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Published: Sunday, Sept. 23 2012 9:00 p.m. MDT

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MyChildrensKeeper
Taylorsville, UT

So what does the states education programs have to do with the success of a family? None. Why is our schools trying to take credit for what this family and parents were rich enough to accomplish without government funding?

What it really shows is how much children can learn outside our states public education system and this article is trying to give public education the credit. Not every family can afford to stock a million dollar library in the home or $50,000 fairy tale fantasies. Most people live in the real world and real poverty where %5 is a dream.

This kind of fairy tale family is not the normal family life style of poverty Utah lives with. Now lets see if they can come up with some better excuses to start invading our homes and forcing parents into debt to buy computer for the home linked to public indoctrination and socialism.

When my children are at home they are free to pursue dreams and abilities they like and enjoy to enrich their lives, even if that dream is to leave school and education in the schools.

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