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Published: Sunday, Aug. 4 2013 12:05 a.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Its time for innovation and eduction to part ways and let each set its own course. The only thing this so called innovation is doing is making a lot of rich pep ole who do soothing and crate nothing, and produce nothing. Nothing plus nothing equals zero. Nothing times nothing equals zero, so what do they have in common except the same pocket to stick their hands in.

Innovation is crippling and limiting knowledge and education and its time to segregate knowledge from government control limiting its affects that promote innovation after the knowledge is put in the minds of student's. Planing innovations as a goal is destructive and narrow minded education, knowledge creates innovation. Innovation does not create knowledge as these advocates and their special financial conflicting interest and accusations claim.

Minds is a terrible thing to waste and knowledge is power. Cut the cord and let schools educate and business provide their own specialized skills after minds can learn skills.

riverofsun
St.George, Utah

Pathetic.
Not a party most people would be comfortable attending.
Those you have mentioned are the people who destroyed our 401 k's, stole from our investments, and made bad real estate loans to families.
Who knows what new schemes and trouble they are brewing up to cause more havoc.
Don't let any of them near our kids and their goal to obtain an honest education.

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