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This extraordinary man was my psychology professor when I attended Concordia in 1980. The college has indeed grown and thrived in wonderful ways since he became the President. It was an honor to be his student and a pleasure to know him and his lovely wife. Some of the most caring and authentic people I've ever known.
Congratulations to all you opt-outers for soiling yourselves to victory! When the next school program is cut for lack of State or federal funding, what good does it do that I can blame you instead of the school board?
This backlash against common core is bizzare. My childrens' heads have not melted like a scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark in the YEARS the common core has been implemented in Somers. And the overwhellming majority of teachers are fantastic. I have no interest in firing an educator doing a good job, and no qualm about imposing an accountability metric on them just as I and the overwhelming majority of all other employees have in the world.
This is ridiculous. We all took State tests as kids. Take the test. Move on with your day.
I wish this said what part of the park they were in, what they were doing there at 11 at night, the ages of the people involved or what they were wearing/what they looked like. I live close-by and hike there regularly, so it would be nice to know if there are areas to avoid or what will be done to keep the park safe. It's sad when our local nature preserves become dangerous :(
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