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Annotated Bibliography

Annotated Bibliography - Michelle Schutter Cem Ceyhan ENGL...

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Michelle Schutter Cem Ceyhan ENGL 106 4 April 2008 A New Clark Middle School? : An Annotated Bibliography Bobe, Darrel. “SOS ad was inaccurate.” Vincennes Sun-Commercial 13 Mar 2008: A4 In his column, Darrel Bobe addresses an ad placed in the Vincennes Sun-Commercial for the  opposition by the head of the opposition group call Save Our Schools or SOS. Bobe claims that  this ad falsely reported cost figures for the new Clark Middle School. Bobe outlines the exact  figures including annual payments for up to 21 years. Bobe’s article is very fact based. He also  combats the ad by stating that the cost of the interest for the school is interest that must be paid.  Darrel Bobe is the executive director for Financial Services for the Vincennes Community  School Corporation. This title certainly leads one to believe that Bobe knows the financial facts  and figures when it comes to this project. Bobe was also an assistant principal at Clark Middle  School. Therefore, he knows the condition that the school is in. As a school administrator, Bobe  is definitely a reliable source for information regarding the new school. This article will be very helpful when writing about the financial implications of a new Clark  Middle School. Bobe’s facts and figures greatly relate to my topic. This kind of factual  information is information the public needs to know and understand. This article will definitely  help me answer the question on whether Vincennes can afford a new Clark Middle School.  Bobe, Laura. “Handicapped child’s mother is concerned.”Vincennes Sun-Commercial 21   Feb 2008: A4 In her letter to the editor, Laura Bobe addresses her concerns about the safety of her son at the  current Clark Middle School. Laura’s ten year old son, Hunter, suffers from myclonic  encephalopathy, which is a movement disorder. Bobe expresses her opinion about the current  buildings inability to provide a safe environment for handicapped children like her son. Among  her concerns is the fact that in the event of a disaster, Hunter’s life would be dependant on a  male teacher coming to carry him down the stairs to safety. As the mother of a handicapped child, Bobe is definitely a reliable source. It is important to  understand how the current building affects students and their parents. Bobe is certainly 
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qualified to assess the schools’ ability to handle handicapped students. Bobe’s opinion is  certainly biased, but her bias is warranted. For Bobe, there is no alternative to a new school. It  is a matter of her child’s safety. This is definitely a reliable and current source. I fell that Bobe is 
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