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Friday, September 22, 1 §72

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

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STUDENT POWER?
Do you want to help bring about reform in
the political science dept? If so, here is how
to become involved:
The Undergraduate
Political Science Assoc.'
will hold a general meeting on
MONDAY, SEPT. 25th
7:30 p.m. in Room 429 M.H.
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of seeing 150 kids on alternate
days," commented Cindy Walker,
a young teacher. "With the small
classes here, I hope I can get to
know the students well enough to
have some real impact on their'
lives."
This remarkable amount of
freedom given to both teachers
and students also carries over to
the process of course selection:
Students must still fulfill the
same minimum academic require-
ments as their counterparts in
other high schools, but they are
also offered a choice of Commun-
ity Resource courses, which cov-
er an incredible range of sub-
jects.
Taught largely by community
people, the courses include such
erudite academic studies as astro-

physics and the psychology of
child development, as well as the
more down-to-earth fields of real
estate, apartment managing and
organic gardening.
A certain number of these cours-
es are held in the school build-
ing while others, more on the or-
der of on-the-job-training, take
place in various parts of the com-
munity.
Some university faculty and stu-
dents are involved in these cours-
es, but for the most part the
teachers are just interested per-
sons who were contacted by Com-
munity representatives.
Because of the tremendous num-
ber of Community Resource cours-
es, classes are held any time be-
tween eight in the morning and
ten at night. Aside from the tre-
mendous scheduling problems this

High school aims at innovation

situation creates, it also means
that students may have as many
as five or six hours between class-
es.
They ofter. s;:nd this time talk-
ing and loung ng in the halls or on
the school's grounds, and this re-
laxed atmosphere has drawn some
criticism from the community.
According to student Kurt Lan-
derhort, one irate citizen called up
a local radio show and complain-
ed that he was nearly blinded by
all the marijuana smoke he saw
in the hallways.
A quick glance around the school
revealed no trace of these giant
smoky clouds, and Scott McBride,
a freshmen at Community, ex-
pressed the opinion that dope was
probably hiss common at Com-
munity than at the other Ann Ar-
bor schools.

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