Orlando high-school senior fights illiteracy in India
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#1 May 3, 2008
"Children are really in need of a better life in India" Hell, children in Florida are really in need for a better life. The
school dedicated to helping fight illiteracy in other countries. Hell, they should try to fight illiteracy here in Florida. What is wrong with these people. We don't give a rats arse about the people in India.
#2 May 3, 2008
The people of india are doing better today. They can read .If we continue to help poor people they will be rich we will be poor with no oil for us.
#3 May 3, 2008
whoopee... I have no interest in articles about someone exporting yet more money to help educate people in a country where we are exporting a significant number of white-collar jobs already (ie call support centers, programming, etc.). Let them educate their own people, we are sending enough revenue over as it is.
How about investing in educating our own Youth. Now that is something I am interested in reading about.
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