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Friday, July 09, 2004



Loved your web site. Our son Kyle is a junior at a dyslexic school with one on one tutoring in Orton Gillingham on a daily basis, located in Amenia New York. You mentioned earlier that you would like to teach at a small private high school. Here it is. Our concern is the next step. We know too many college grads who get out and can't find jobs. He has a passion for history and the American Civil War but our concerns are how can he make a living in this. We are looking at the next step. We are attempting to look at small highly structured schools. Any advise you have would be appreciated. Was thinking perhaps hotel management? Our son also has expressed an interest to have his own business. A Hotel Management major might give him general skills he could use with any small business. Thinking that a specific skill would be better than a general major. Your advice and comments would be greatly appreciated.

maria perez

Iam a 58 year old women who is attending school at cnm collage and this last year I had some very diffcult times with my assingment and lost my grant to school I AM GOING TO TRY TO GET IT BACK IF I CAN IT VERY HARD SOME TIMES. TO GET THE TEACHERS TO UNDERSTAND WHAT IT LIKE FOR ME. THAT I AM NOT A GOOD SPELLER OR WRITTER I COULD USE ANY KIND OF INPUT THAT YOU COULD HELP ME WITH MARIA PEREZ 1223 ISLETA S.W. ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEXICO

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