Monday, December 1, 2008

Fact of the Week: A New Hope

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In the U.S., rural students perform below average on standardized test; suburban children are in the middle of the curve, while urban children score higher then average. It may be that cities attract a more educated workforce and, therefore, parents with smarter kids.
That’s why in the small-ass town I live in the schools mascot is called a hill climber, WTF is a hill climber?

1 comment:

Deanne said...

HeeHee! And this small-ass town also boasts originally named items, too, such as "Three Mile Road", which is, of course, a three mile road... Yup - thinking outta the box!