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Jason's school building is very old and falling apart. If he can prove that the building has historical value, the school board may be able to get state funds to fix it. Which of these is the best way to report to the school board? A. research the history of the school and write a summary B. send pictures of the building to the school board C. talk to people who graduated from the school last year D. write a summary of his personal feelings about the school Next Question

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(A) would be the answer that I would chose because to prove that the building has historical value you would have to do research on the schools history.
Personally, I would say A. If he's able to find a historical significance, he'd be able to tell them about it in a summary of the history of the school.

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