I think E lacks a "that"
E does not tell parents agree with what..?
there is no logical connection between
parents in Joh's district agree and the instruction of moral values
you might have seen this , from kaplan :
However much parents in Johannson's district may agree that the instruction of moral values should take place in the elementary school classroom, it is difficult......
B. Despite the fact that parents in Joh. district may agree that
C. There is general agreement among the parents in Joh's district that
D. Although the parents in Joh's district agree for
E. Even though the parents in Joh's district agree
I eliminated B because despite the fact cant go with may agree, C seems wordy, and in D agree for is incorrect. So between A and E, why does A win, that is why do I need a THAT after agree??
And in addition to that, however much is showing the degree.> parents are agreeing to a very high degree. Or I should say Even though the parents may agree to a very high degree= however much they agree. However much suggest that they are not only agreeing but are very consistent in that. So all other change the meaning of A. And since A do not have anything wrong with it gramatically, it should be choosen.
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