The View from Saturday - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

The commissioner of education cites Julian for protesting his ruling and docks two points from Epiphany's team. The commissioner gives their opponents from Maxwell a chance to answer the question. While Maxwell struggles, a member of the panel gives a note to the commissioner. The panel has checked another source and determined that Julian's answer of "tip" is indeed and acronym that has become a word in English. The commissioner restores Epiphany's points, including the two taken for protesting a ruling.

Between the regional and state championships, Dr. Rohmer arranges for a press conference about the surprising team of sixth graders and invites Mrs. Olinski, The Souls, and his deputy superintendent, Mr. Fairbain. Mr. Fairbain again manages to embarrass himself, this time by implying that the taxpayers of New York would be financing the trip to Albany. Dr. Rohmer, with visions of his contract going unsigned, must...

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