Talk:Academy of Information Technology and Engineering
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I believe that it is inappropriate for this page to even exist. As a student at our school it is your responsibility to request permission to create content on the internet. If permission had been requested it would have likely been denied as it is important for people trying to find out more about AITE to go directly to the source, which is eChalk.
Wikipedia is an encyclopedia. Therefore is doesnt need permission to have an article about anything because it has NPOV which means it just states the facts without an point of view. Now you didnt sign your post so I dont know how far my reply will go, but the only thng that wiki would need permission fo would be copyrighted material like pictures, but since they dont use copyrighted material it is allright.Happymeal33 (talk) 21:18, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
What is an "interdistrict magnet technology"?? That doesn't make sense at all; looks like badly garbled marketing speak. Lupo 13:32, 1 May 2006 (UTC)
Hi, AITE student here. It's funny you mention badly garbled market speak....the school is well known for using it. It is a magnet school that serves Stamford, Greenwich, Norwalk and a few other cities...thus, interdistrict.
Article update and rewrite
I removed the inaccuracies and rewrote the article, including updated and additional information. I separated the article into sections for easier navigation and readability. Dustin 02:33, 26 September 2006 (UTC)
I'm a bit uneasy about the "miscellaneous" category while its partially correct, it seems a bit blown out of proportion compared to what actually exists. If this were a flyer for AIT, I'd be all for lying to the public but this seems borderline absurd. Autoacat 16:42, 28 December 2006 (UTC)
-- This section has been revamped. AITE is still working on editing content. Scott 21:17, 24 February 2007 (UTC)
College acceptance paragraph
This article is a mess and a whole lot of it really doesn't sound like a Wikipedia article. I got rid of the college acceptance paragraph here because it just seemed like filler on the page and was the epitome of the advertising tone throughout. Autoacat 19:47, 11 March 2007 (UTC)
Too Many Links?
I think that there might be too many links on this page. Are links to "home," "collaborative," "communicative," and "educational activities" really necessary?