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Susan Rambo
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Susan Rambo   7/10/2014 4:54:11 PM
I agree: we need to get good science programs in all schools. Sometimes all it takes is dedicated teachers to inspire students. But we should make an effort as a society to get minority youth interested in science. It's not just about "social justice" -- it's about common sense. You never know where the next brilliant invention or discovery will come from; educating kids in science will have a positive effect on society: more in tax payers with good income.

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