A parent who goes by hatcher1981 on Reddit posted a picture of what they say are their county's list of requirements for kids entering kindergarten. The expectations seems a little high reaching. Specifically one. How might a five-year-old be expected to be able to "identify 30+ letters" when the English language has only 26?

Recite the Gettysburg address? Pose for a drivers license picture? Read War and Peace?
Recite the Gettysburg address? Pose for a drivers license picture? Read War and Peace?

The comments section on the post devolves into an argument over whether "letters" and "characters" are the same thing, which is really not worth reading.

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Basically everyone agrees: yep, only 26 letters. But maybe that special kindergartner will be the one who can name the other mysterious four.

Sources: h/t Mummy Pages