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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
For example, look at the top ten from the class of 2010. What schools do these students attend? I understand a young woman is at the University of Chicago, a top rated school, with some of the best Economics and Business programs in the world. Kudos young lady, you are in a league of your own. I know students have attended Cornell, but what about the other schools is the Ivy League? Do kids look at Dartmouth, U Penn, Brown, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia?
I have been told, that Dr. Calkins' daughter a Hamburg graduate and a recent graduate of Yale University has chosen teaching as a profession. Whether legacy or merit, attending and graduating from Yale is a great accomplishment and says a great deal about this young lady. Of course as a retired teacher, I am somewhat prejudiced learning that she is a participant in the Teach from America program. However, it must be noted that Dr. Calkins laments the fact that Hamburg students do not go to the top universities. Dr. Calkins, as a graduate of top schools, I would ask that you and the Board work on a plan that would serve to support students to reach for the stars in their college chocies. For sure, you did that at home for your children Dr. Calkins, and the children of Hamburg may benefit from your insight into rigorous effort that is required for entrance into the top schools in the country. Hamburg needs to set the bar higher. More AP classes, with kids scoring on average less than a 3, is not the road to success in college. Wake up Hamburg, we need to get our kids ready for the world.