I would second Jeff's kudos - that is a great piece, glad it is getting some visibility!
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Good news. LSI's op-ed supporting funding for Harwood Grants is up on The Hill.com, in the Contributors section. It looks great. One small error which they will correct. Here's the link.
Here's how it opens.
By James Kaufman and Robert Lehrman, opinion contributors - 06/23/17 03:40 PM EDT7
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It happened again.
A dozen kids sat on the floor in a Texas church school recently, watching a teacher show them a "fun" science experiment. The teacher took some boric acid, put it in a beaker, then poured in methanol from a jug. A swirling rainbow-like flame jumped up in the canister. The kids wanted to see it again. So the teacher poured in more methanol.
When you click on the op-ed, you'll see room to comment, share (on Facebook), tweet, post on linked in and other things. So would each of you help? All you have to do is go to the piece, read it through, and if you like it, comment, put it on Facebook, and send it to your friends. If you tweet, tweet about it.
Thanks … Jim
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