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By Theresa Freed
July 28, 2010
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Area teachers are trying to find new ways to appeal to students, and hip-hop music might be the way.
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Hip-Hop is so fifteen years ago. Hit 'em with something fresh, like polka, or space-age bachelor pad music.
It seems that people (like the person above) just want to say something irrelevant, not productive and negative - just to get attention.
Regardless, we should applaud these teachers for seeking out innovative ways to encourage creativity in our youth. This is why Lawrence is so special and why Lawrence produces individuals that contribute to society in general! Great work!
Why would anyone in their right mind; would want too teach hip hop crap?
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