I am in a small animal science class at my highschool and when we switched to second semester today the teacher was going over what we would be doing. She said we would be hatching eggs, among other things. She talked about how we would do it. She said that with about 6 of the eggs they do "windowing." That means they chip off a piece of the shell (about a quarter sized piece) and replace it with plastic "so you can watch the chick grow." Then she looks kind of funny and says, "but for some reason none of them hatched. I don't know what happened." This cannot be good! No wonder none hatched! And she is supposed to be the FFA co-leader at our school! Am I totally wrong? Because she acted like it was normal to do this, and the whole time I was telling her off in my head.