My Favorite Quotes
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 Mike Gann - “It's been awhile since Dunedin's had a good team.”
 Mike Gann - “I anticipate playing (East Lake) in the district semifinals, so playing them one last time before then will be a good test for us. It seems like we started to click (before the break) and they seem to be getting better.”
 Linda Gann - “It's obvious we are concerned about this incident.”
 Linda Gann - “It's hardly ever apples and apples when you compare No Child from state to state. We don't know why some of the states may not have to count the kids they don't test in their equation. That's the challenge with trying to make a federal law that's one size fits all and then have locally controlled schools.”
 Linda Gann - “The police were immediately notified. They did not confirm whether the incident did occur. But we do think this is a good time to review stranger danger information with students.”
 Jim McGann - “ATT has every incentive to make content available on the Internet to everyone. We have no incentive to restrict any content. For them to use this as another vehicle to say 'The sky is falling and we must do something' is a little far-fetched. The correct policy is what the commission has adopted. Keep regulation out of Internet.”
 Jim McGann - “It's like an incredibly intelligent librarian who knows everything about that company.”
 Jim McGann - “We think it's quite clear.”
 Linda Gann - “The local model uses a body of evidence. They make real goals. There's a real opportunity to focus and guide instruction in that school. We all want the same thing. We want our children to do the best they can.”
 Ernest K. Gann - “If we slide into one of those rare moments of military honesty, we realize that the technical demands of modern warfare are so complex aconsiderable percentage of our material is bound to malfunction even before it is deployed against a foe. We no longer waste manpower bycarrying the flag into battle. Instead we need battalions of electronic engineers to keep the terrible machinery grinding.”