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Re: “Hidden Agenda?

Readers please remember SSA is a challenging school. Many students have not been able to stay at SSA because they can't handle it academically. Some of what you are reading here has to do with SOUR GRAPES from parents whose students did not make it at SSA!

Posted by shay on 01/23/2010 at 1:21 PM

Re: “Hidden Agenda?

SSA like other schools my children have attended, asks parents for tax credit dollars each year. The only difference I have noted is that teachers get much more involved by pledging to do embarressing things for goals reached. For example, shave their hair in to a mohawk if $10,000 reached. The kids love this.

Posted by shay on 01/23/2010 at 12:52 PM

Re: “Hidden Agenda?

My daughter has attended Sonoran for several years. The school is wonderful. It was started to improve math and science education. There are many nationalities of teachers but Most are American. Most of the Turkish teachers are in the math and sciences and are brilliant. The benefit of having the Turkish teachers is that they are excellent in math and science, very dedicated and very professional. THERE HAS NEVER AT ANY TIME BEEN ANY COMMUNICATION SUBLIMINAL OR OTHERWISE REGARDING THIS SECONDARY AGENDA. The Turkish teachers my daughter has had a Sonoran are happy to be teaching in a foreign country just as many American teachers teach in foreign countries.
I think you should have better explored the background of the woman you got your information from. I know her, we all do, SHE IS THE ONE WITH THE HIDDEN AGENDA and has a history of psychological problems. You did not do your homework on this one.

Posted by shay on 01/23/2010 at 12:43 PM

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