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Posted By: Allen Lambert on April 16, 2007
One problem with arguing against includesion of ID in public schools is that our public schools system is a virtual monopoly. As a result it should, but does not, reflect ALL of what significant parts of society want. Or we need real choice so parents can select schools that reflect their views and values. It should not be left to the state and gov't to decide for families what they may or may not have for study.

Allen Lambert

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