Lori Triggs

Rookie (May 2 1967 / Middlesex General Hospital In New Brunswick)

Education A Lost Cause


Education A Lost Cause
By Lori Triggs
Copyrighted Feb.2010

Education was importion at one time,
now it is on the back burner not importation.

In the U.S.A. we ranked number one in education,
now in the U.S.A. we rank 13th in education.

Americans cannot even comprehend English language
besides math or science even sex education.

Americans talk with text or iming words thinking that the English language
when Americans today are alliterate cannot read or write even do math.

Our states even government wants to take away
12th grade from high school what's next?
11TH grade than no high school suppose to be going forward not backwards.

So we need to fix education and our government,
because education comes first and the fat cats like the senators,
and the congressman come last no more free rides plus free dinners.

We need to rank number one in education again!

Submitted: Saturday, February 20, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, February 24, 2010

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