A Sign Maybe You Should Homeschool

Any parent weighing the options between homeschooling and sending your kid to a public school just take a look at this sign that New York City painted in order to protect kids on the way to school.



Yeah, these are the same folks in charge of educating children.

What makes it so much worse is that the sign's been there since the beginning of the school year and nobody's noticed until now.

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  1. Ha. I just realized that "school" is misspelled. dyslexia.

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  2. I went public schools in the bronx and once graduated from college and got married I knew I didnt want my children going to schools in nyc.
    Its a runfor your life and living in teh city does make you more alert and learn to become street smart at such young age. I currently live in a small town surrounded by trees, where stores are about 15 to 20 minutes away teaching my children spanish at home. The schools outside the city are way different and there is more one on one with students.

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  3. I meant the not teh. sorry for the spelling errors.

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  4. Funny but it looks fake to me. Grew up with a dad who had a parking lot striping business and this looks more like white duct tape or something that would be used for temporary signage.
    Frankie N

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  5. Actually this has nothing to do with the school. The painter was busy and careless and messed up the stencil.

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  6. Teachers are now the biggest influx into the home school venue, and the reasons they give are telling:
    Thinking About Home Schooling? Teachers Are

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  7. Frankie N. The epoxy or whatever is unrolled, then fused to the pavement with a brazier, a blow torch. The epoxy is very toxic and probably filled the man's head with cottonballs

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  8. Most kids will probably only see how "cool" shcool is.

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  9. Wut's rong with public skool?

    ;)

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  10. Barefoot Momma ;-)January 30, 2012 at 6:39 PM

    Frankie, I wondered the same thing, however a local CBS station reported:
    "Crews repaired a misspelled street sign on Jan. 24, 2012." Now everyone is busy shifting blame.

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