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  1. FredGoodhue Coolidge
    FredGoodhue
    @FredGoodhue

    Some of the early descriptions of the proposed policy were wrong.  But it will still result in students who are better at math being kept back, and students who are more math challenged not getting the help they need.  A case can be made that tracking can be too rigid, but don’t throw it all out.

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  2. Joe D. Lincoln
    Joe D.
    @JosephDornisch

    “Do you guys know how corporations make up for the higher taxes they’re going to have to pay?” – um redomicile in Ireland. 

    As I remember in the second half of the Obama administration (and maybe back into the Bush administration), we had a problem with lots of companies redomiciling elsewhere (frequently Ireland) due to our high corporate tax.

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  3. kedavis Member
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    @kedavis

    Joe D. (View Comment):

    “Do you guys know how corporations make up for the higher taxes they’re going to have to pay?” – um redomicile in Ireland.

    As I remember in the second half of the Obama administration (and maybe back into the Bush administration), we had a problem with lots of companies redomiciling elsewhere (frequently Ireland) due to our high corporate tax.

    Nothing new, I knew people who were moving their businesses – at least officially – to Ireland in the 1970s.

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