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_hm
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United colors of techies
_hm   7/11/2014 5:04:17 AM
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To see uinted colors fo techies will be wonderful experience. Yes, mentorship program can accelerate this concept. One engineer minimum of one kid to mentor is good suggestion.

However, change in legal statues is uncalled for.

Susan Rambo
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Susan Rambo   7/10/2014 4:54:11 PM
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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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