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The United States school boards, African Americans, Hmong, Hispanics, elementry school teachers and workers, Middle school teachers and workers, High School teachers and workers of all people

There are many children that are being left behind because they are being placed into special education classes when their IQ's are not low. There should be an integrated panel to make sure that the schools are placing the right students into the right classes not by color but by their ability to learn. Many students are having problems because of language, favortism in class rooms, and no patience for those students who they feel they cannot connect with, I was told by a man that test special education students to make sure they belong in the program. I was told that my foster care daughter did not belong. She did not. she was raised in a home speaking two languages as she was growing up and this caused her to have difficulties. It had nothing to do with her IQ. After being with me for little over a year her grades improved and she was into regular classes. Imagine how many students this is happening too. A very wise caucasian man brought my attention to this and told me to take up the cause. Imagine how America will fair with innovation, inventions, and the ability to learn and work good jobs, as well as, create jobs for our country. 

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Pamela Moorehead

This petition closed about 1 year ago

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People should sign because we want a better America. A country that is safe and highly educated whether they decide to further their education in college or not, they will be able to gain a decent...

People should sign because we want a better America. A country that is safe and highly educated whether they decide to further their education in college or not, they will be able to gain a decent job and continue to put into the minds of generations the importance of education to make a nation strong and contribute their education and skills in their communities.

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