A recent study found that four out of five kids in Oklahoma City are completely buffaloed by analog clocks and watches - they can't tell what time it is with those things. If it's not a digital readout, they're clueless. Not much on survival skills, are they?
So the kids at one school were put through a training program to teach them how to tell time on an analog device, like a clock. The resulting survey was less than stellar:
More than 150 students took the time-telling survey, which featured 15 questions. Only 31 students passed. Only 15 earned perfect scores.
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