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Published: Friday, Sept. 28 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Ogden, UT

It's worth taking the time to read the entire article.

Taylorsville, UT

Entire article says nothing and this is a very unprofessional way to lead into a story then pass it off to other parties to get any information.

If the DN has something to say or remark about this subject then they should at least have the guts to write about it and not plagiarize others opinions.

My take on education is government testing and oversight has to be kept out of the class rooms, its an invasions of the right of speech for government to get involved in a free education system that got its reputation and power without government controls.

Education is in conjunction with our right of free speech and Obama has no right to turn it into socialized schools of indoctrinator by setting curriculum and standards. Free will and free speech and free education has no standard and cannot be measured. It's like trying to make people pass a test to practice their freedoms and rights, it can't be done.

Mcallen, TX

Is education in jeopardy:

* half our people on welfare
* two thirds of our students qualifying for school free lunchs
* over half of our doctors, engineers, and chemist from other countries.
* we elected a president who can't provide a school transcript, work experience, or explain why he gave up a lawyers license.

Doesn't speak well for our education system.

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