Math Or Meth Class? Students Learn Drug Economics

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Some parents in San Dimas, Ca., are unhappy about a seventh-grade mathematics class that featured drug-dealing economics last week, the Los Angeles Times reports. Students at Lone Hill Middle School were asked to calculate the cost of buying cocaine, heroin and other illegal narcotics. Her daughter “told us she’s ‘addicted to marijuana’ and ‘has a
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