Centralized high schools
Posted in the Albany Forum
#1 Aug 31, 2012
Many children get lost in bigness while smaller
high schools may be a wave of the future. I have seen smaller high schools ....more like family....
easier to feel that the student "fits in." How
come we haven't gotten there just yet. The inhouse traffic from bigness may add to angst in
some students. Let's look to the future and pls
don't include bigness.
#2 Aug 31, 2012
Smart, hard-working kids will succeed regardless of the size of their school... stupid, lazy kids will fail.
#3 Aug 31, 2012
We used to have decentralized schools and everything was fine. Many kids could walk or bicycle to school. Others had a short ride. The behemoths that exist now and getting buried with energy costs.
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