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The Onion Pokes Fun at Education Politics in Arizona

A photo today posted by The Onion, makes education politics in Arizona the object of satire. One of the "News in Photos" today at The Onion is entitled "Arizona High Schools To Now Teach Spanish Entirely in English." (Hat tip to www.hispanictips.com.)

To avoid the risk of causing any confusion, let me make it clear here that the "news" printed in The Onion is not true—even if it seems at first glance as if it could be.

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