Sunday, March 26, 2006

On Friday, I got a call from someone doing a survey. It was a slow day at work, so I said I'd be happy to participate.

Did I think education was important? Duh! Did I think pre-K programs were important? I guess. Then she said, "Studies have shown that pre-K education results in better grade in school. Do you agree strongly? Somewhat? Disagree?" I said, "I'd like to see the studies." The rest of the questions were along the same lines. Pre-K, apparently, is the cure of all of modern society's problems. It increases school performance and reduces crime, according to the survey. It probably removes stains better than my regular detergent, too.

Since post-K schools suck so bad that we have to depend on pre-K, maybe we oughta beef up post-K. Just a thought. But then, of course, the pre-K administration wouldn't have any tax money to spend.


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