This dates back to a water system master plan.
We're going forward with these projects.
It's to enhance pressures during areas of peak demand.
The ACT, I think, is a better test for students who are what I call applied learners, ... The ACT gives them information, and asks them questions about it, and asks them to do something with it rather than just regurgitating information. If they just do a couple of points better (on one) than the other, sometimes it's worth their while.
Habitat said from the onset that they're very hesitant to try to forge forward on a project that is not well received by the neighborhood.
We aren't really doing anything different because we've had a strong writing curriculum all along. What we have found is our students are doing well on the writing part of the new SAT.
We'll just have to wait and see.
If the objective is to guard against protection of the innocent, you already have that protection with the withering scrutiny of the appellate process.
One key thing is to remove each engine.
If we don't tag it, it's so difficult to recognize stuff because it was damaged so much.
We found that there were no anomalies.