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Name: shelley
Status: educator
Age: 20s
Location: N/A
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Date: 1999-2001


Question:
If you had to devise a "Top 10 List" for reasons children should be taught sciences would would be on the top of that list?


Replies:
10) You get to be the smartest kid in elementary school,

9) You get to be the 2nd smartest kid in high school,

8) You are in the top 10% in college,

7) You are one of many in graduate school,

6) You are competitive in finding a professional position following graduate school,

5) You are identified as a nerd and never have to wear a tie,

4) You write research papers and make presentations throughout the world,

3) You rise in your organization,

2) You have friends and colleagues throughout the country and world,

1) You have an international reputation and are promoted to management and have to wear a suit and tie.

Harold Myron



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