Friday, August 31, 2012


A New York Times article this week on back to school quoted one of our own:

“I feel like I’ve been thinking about back-to-school ever since school ended — it doesn’t go away,” said Kim McCormack, who works in pharmaceutical marketing in Maplewood, N.J., where her two children attend parochial school. “My kids came home with math workbooks, a reading list, suggested activities and a list of school supplies that we’d need to get before the next school year begins. Everything has gotten longer and more complicated than it needs to be.”

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