Anaheim schools kill color-coded ince...

Anaheim schools kill color-coded incentive plan

There are 3 comments on the Sacramento Bee Newspaper story from Oct 6, 2011, titled Anaheim schools kill color-coded incentive plan. In it, Sacramento Bee Newspaper reports that:

The Anaheim Union High School District has stopped an incentive program designed to motivate students to improve state test scores by having high scoring students carry different colored binders and stand in different lunch lines than lower scoring students.

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Tom Traynor

Long Beach, CA

#1 Oct 7, 2011
We must not let anything diminish our kids "self esteem". They only have a few more years before they embark on a lifetime of tax slavery to the bloated ranks of the most expensive Public Employees in World History. The poor little schmucks are already saddled with over $500,000,000,000 in unfunded State Publ.Emp Pension debt and they aren't yet 18 yrs of age.

They face a future as nothing more than Pension tax slaves if they stay in California.

Let the kids enjoy the "self esteem" now. Unearned Self Esteem is better than NONE at all.

Granite City, IL

#2 Oct 10, 2011

Granite City, IL

#3 Oct 11, 2011
Killllllllling it

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