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 Greg Knudsen - “The survey is intended to give informal feedback and not be heavy-handed. It is to recognize efforts already in place through positive reinforcement.”
 Greg Knudsen - “If you look at the individual schools and their progress, you'll find that most of them, indeed, are improving.”
 Greg Knudsen - “It seems like every time we take a step forward, others take a step forward, also -- maybe two steps.”
 Eric Knudsen - “If you understand mechanistically how something works, then you will know how best to fix it.”
 Eric Knudsen - “If you understand mechanistically how something works, then you will know how best to fix it. It's like with a car if you know in detail how it is built, then you can fix anything that goes wrong with it.”
 Greg Knudsen - “These are standards you need in today's modern world. It's not a question of lowering the standards but of making sure the students are able to improve and meet them.”
 Greg Knudsen - “We're not saying let's make everything easier. There will be the need for a new test because of the new standards, but they have not been reduced in difficulty.”
 Eric Knudsen - “The fundamental mechanisms are probably going to be the same in all vertebrates, as even frogs and fish have gaze control. The promise here is that because we are doing this in owls, we can get at the mechanisms of how this works.”
 Eric Knudsen - “This paper opens the floodgates for studying a wide range of species. The fundamental mechanisms are probably going to be the same in all vertebrates, as even frogs and fish have gaze control.”
 Greg Knudsen - “It is just an effort to increase and improve customer service within DOE, both in administrative office and at schools, that is consistent with Board of Education policy on user-friendly schools.”
 Greg Knudsen - “That's what's holding things up now. It is always hard to chase down additional money when it hasn't been budgeted.”
 Eric Knudsen - “I see this as a fascinating experiment that reveals the tremendous capacity for plasticity in the developing brain.”
 Eric Knudsen - “What our experiment demonstrates is a fundamental principle of how the brain pays attention.”
 Eric Knudsen - “Once we learn the circuitry for attention, we plan to use that to drive learning in an efficient way.”
 Eric Knudsen - “What our experiment demonstrates is a fundamental principle of how the brain pays attention. The promise here is that because we are doing this in owls, we can get at the mechanisms of how this works.”
 Greg Knudsen - “There's a whole process laid out involving hearings and public input and Board (of Education) approval. It's very thorough.”
 Greg Knudsen - “It makes sense. In terms of having a single administration for an enrollment the size of ours, it creates cost efficiencies.”
 Greg Knudsen - “Now that we've got a good system in place, the hope is that student achievement will follow suit.”
 William S. Knudsen - “A big corporation is more or less blamed for being big it is only big because it gives service. If it doesn't give service, it gets small faster than it grew big.”
 William S. Knudsen - “The young man who has the combination of the learning of books with the learning which comes of doing things with the hands need not worry about getting along in the world today, or at any time.”
 William S. Knudsen - “Experience is knowing a lot of things you shouldn't do.”
 Kay Knudsen - “Love is missing someone whenever you're apart, but somehow feeling warm inside because you're close in heart.”