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Onion: Underfunded Schools Forced To Cut Past Tense From Language Programs

It's Friday, so here's something funny for you. Here's my favorite quote:

Regardless of the recent upheaval, students throughout the country are learning to accept, and even embrace, the change to their curriculum.

"At first I think the decision to drop the past tense from class is ridiculous, and I feel very upset by it," said David Keller, a seventh-grade student at Hampstead School in Fort Meyers, FL. "But now, it's almost like it never happens."


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