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October 30, 2010


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Mr. Compton has a sound argument that Americans need to hear. It resembles one I recently made in Education News (http://www.educationnews.org/commentaries/108510.html), and I have proposed a solution to the crisis in pre-collegiate American education with a design for a school that I have proposed to open in either Silicon Valley or Manhattan, One World Secondary School (www.oneworldschool.us). Those interested in these ideas should please contact me. I would like to thank Mr. Compton for calling attention to this urgent issue.


Why is it that all my engineer friends and contacts, those with B.S. and M.S. degrees, in addition to those with M.S. in physics, can't find jobs in the midwest?

I have a contact who has a M.S. in Physics that took a job in a pretzel fact, and another with an M.S. in Biology working at Wal-Mart? Those with degrees in religion, all seem to have jobs.

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