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One week before the 1972 Derby, George Weaver received a surprising call: He was asked to replace Freddy Bowne, a horse owned by Jake Holmes who was forced to withdraw from the race after falling down. Weaver accepted the offer. The horse's owner, Joe Trent, asked Weaver to work a week off before entering the race and then again after the race. The withdrawal was due to Weaver's injury. He had hurt his ankle in a fall.
Our most primeval instinct is not fear, as we have been told. It is greed. The strongest instinct is self-preservation, not for our own skin, but for our own self. In this mental battle for survival, we must always be on the alert to protect our own boundaries.
Sources and material The school year is in full swing, with classrooms full of young American children and teenagers. But only a handful of free public high schools fully educate all students on their own campus. Why? The simple answer is money. The annual budget for public education in Massachusetts runs $9 billion. A seventh of that is spent on transportation costs. There are 230 public high schools in Massachusetts, with an average enrollment of 2,500 students. That's based on the population data that was current when the state's public high schools were first built in the 1800s. Its schools were then overbuilt for the 1830s population, and the number of kids has since fallen. Plus, schools are building, as well. There are now 333,000 public school students in Massachusetts, but over 1.2 million people in the state. One of every 119 children in Massachusetts is a public school student. (To learn more about Massachusetts' public schools, check out this detailed breakdown.) To operate a school, the state spends about half a billion dollars a year. The remainder comes from city and town budgets. Most cities in Massachusetts pay the money that goes towards the cost of education out of the general local fund. Special taxes are levied to pay for transportation costs. This means that those schools that receive the least amount funding are the ones that don't have a full operating budget. What's the solution? In 2009, the Massachusetts Senate passed a bill that aimed to increase the portion of state funding dedicated to transportation. d2c66b5586