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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]RWilk85411
Tue, 20 Jan 1998 17:25:12 EST
Wade, I agree with your thoughts 100%. I just feel that we have to preserve
the experience for the majority. If having that child removed at specific
times prevents being told that the class study must be canceled, then remove
the child. That is the way sex ed is handled in many situations. It is very
sad that we must witness whole programs being altered to suit a minority
viewpoint. I read once of a college student who ultimately escaped from a
research assignment because all the subjects dealt with a time and place in
which people worshipped false gods. Ancient Greek and Roman art history. Maybe
I am a wuss, but I would rather have the majority of my students have the
experience than none at all. And that can happen.
By the way, I want to tell you that I think it is wonderful the way you have
been trying to help the person looking for the potters wheel. You are very