Date: Fri, 11 Nov 2005 17:29:05 EST
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From: IEHC**At_Symbol_Here**AOL.COM
Subject: Re: Students not selecting chemistry
Comments: To: steve**At_Symbol_Here**CAREERFASTTRACK.COM
You might try the state department of education and the insurance companies  
- they would have a great interest in the potential risk to young people -  WV 
has the Board of Risk Management - mostly for fraud when people steal money - 
 but if the schools thought they would have to pay a "Lot" more they might 
have  some greater interest.
Our schools have community industrial sponsors - maybe they would help -  
perhaps in other communities.
Bob Wheeler
Father of Children who went into business and accounting  instead of science 
- underfunded labs - great  teachers

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