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May 10, 2007

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Rachel Sanders

When I read this article, I literally shouted for joy! Finally, finally, I found someone else to say exactly what I had thought for years. I am a senior in high school, and unfortunately, It is too late for me to await the necessary shift in education. As a right-brainer, I have always felt left behind and out of place in the public schools. I truly hope that in the near future, I will see this change in the education system. I hope that soon, the right-brainers will take their place as the driving force behind the creative intelligence of America. Thank you for your interest in this subject, as it is very important to me. If you would like to contact me for questions or to discuss this subject, you can contact me at> f_r_o_g_90@yahoo.com

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