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Friday, November 4, 2016

Ever check your kid's backpack?

Posted By on Fri, Nov 4, 2016 at 12:38 PM

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A parent provided this image of a school worksheet brought home from the Little Rock School District's Roberts Elementary in western Little Rock.

Anybody seen one tailored to Hillary Clinton?

UPDATE: Pam Smith with the Little Rock School District says there WAS a Hillary worksheet, too, and it came first. It's part of an effort to teach civic responsibility, she said. She added a letter was going home with kindergarten kids today explaining that this was no attempt at persuasion of students. She's going to send the Hillary item and I'll add it shortly.

And here it is, without the coloring. You'll have to figure out the answers yourself, too.

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