Mary Cuevas Tucson 
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Re: “The Games BASIS Plays

I worked at BASIS Oro Valley. And also taught in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Wilmington to be exact which is poor and gang infested. My brother asked me what he should do with his son in terms of private or public. I, without a second thought, told him private. My brother could afford it. His son took IB classes, went to university, graduated andnow is living his dream life in Madrid. His education from junior high until senior year in high school cost $150,000. Kids attending BASIS pay zero and most end up at Ivy League schools. I worked hard for my grades and was accepted to UC Berkeley and UCLA. It was fantastic to be surrounded by hard working students and stellar professors rather than attending a mediocre university that I would liken to high schools with ashtrays. There were no discipline problems at BASIS. Public school teachers spend so much time attempting classroom management and acting as social workers. Sorry David, but BASIS rocks in my book.
Mary Cuevas

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Posted by Mary Cuevas Tucson on 05/11/2018 at 3:57 PM

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