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Provide balanced education

Any school that receives taxpayer funding should be required by law to provide a balanced education

that utilizes teachers, books, curriculum and guest speakers that represent all points of view, but especially the mainstream ones. It seems imperative to me that throughout their school years students be exposed to all sides of an issue. I see no reason why any legislator, teacher or parent would oppose an idea such as this.

I hope that the readers who feel as I do discuss this with others, push the idea forward and

consequently make the educational experience better for all of our students. This is a win-win proposal.

John Pauley

Spokane Valley

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