No Child Left Behind: Football Version

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  1. Mamacita

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    No Child Left Behind --The Football Version

    1. All teams must make the state playoffs, and all will win the championship. If a team does not win the championship, they will be on probation until they are the champions, and coaches will be held accountable.

    2. All kids will be expected to have the same football skills at the same time and in the same conditions. No exceptions will be made for interest in football, a desire to perform athletically, or genetic abilities or disabilities. ALL KIDS WILL PLAY FOOTBALL AT A PROFICIENT LEVEL.

    3. Talented players will be asked to work out on their own without instruction. This is because the coaches will be using all their instructional time with the athletes who aren't interested in
    football, have limited athletic ability, or whose parents don't like football.

    4. Games will be played year round, but statistics will only be kept in the 4th, 8th and 11th games.

    5. This will create a New Age of sports where every school is expected to have the same level of talent and all teams will reach the same minimal goals. If no child gets ahead, then no child will be left behind.

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  3. clarnet73

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    Jane, that one was great... thanks for sharing. ;)
     
  4. Lovelabs

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    That is great!
     
  5. ChristyF

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    This is hilarious! I showed it all around our school. My co-teacher's son is our coach. She made a bee-line for him (he has been laughing at her stressing over everything). She couldn't wait to make him look at it from this perspective! :D
     

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