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## Tuesday, September 4, 2007

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Ridgewood Reform Math in the Spotlight

"The tide is turning too slowly for parents."

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## Aristotle

**It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it**.

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Meandering mutterings and musings about math by a concerned Connecticut parent.

"The tide is turning too slowly for parents."

Check out Eclectic Educator for the latest story on CBN News!

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## 2 comments:

Thanks for posting this. It turned out to be a very high quality production that I'm hoping all your readers will want to watch.

I was one of the moms approached for an interview, but turned it down because of harassment by a few individuals. That's how bad things are over here in Ridgewood.

I turned down an interview too, having already been harassed and then threatened (all at such a level that it was reported to the police).

Visit Village of Ridgewood Mathematics.

I travelled to the 8th meeting of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel. I was speaker #2 for public comment.

My speech says it all for me.

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