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Candid Kids Of everything you are learning in school, what do you think will be the most useful?

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Posted: Wednesday, October 5, 2011 7:45 am

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Korynia Sherrell Ruben Davis Robert Meza Spencer Dayton
“Speech and debate. Speaking in front of people is usually a big fear, and that class helps me overcome that. It will help for college and job interviews.” “Math, because I will have to deal with money when I’m older.” “Math, because it will be used every single day for the rest of my life.” “AP Human Geography, because it talks about the many different people and cultures. We learn about preserving those cultures and diffusing them through the United States.”

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