August 29, 2012
At least Atlanta had the decency to only modify test scores, but they didn’t lie about the very existence of schools. The Atlanta scandal seemed to be confined to a single district’s schenanigans, but in Louisiana, the entire State Department of Education is corrupt and in cahoots with the cheaters, and they seem to be […]
August 26, 2012
THE CHALLENGE Can we clearly and politely determine which or which combination of these three theories should be taught in a Science class and why some theories would not belong? It think it’s time someone addressed this topic rationally and maturely, and explained why Creationism and Intelligent Design don’t belong in Science classes. Until someone responsible […]
August 24, 2012
I think I am begining to understand why Republican’s started worshipping Ayn Rand instead of Jesus. Cheers! Photo stolen from Father Kane ‘Paul Ryan on Ayn Rand’. Dear Koch Brothers. . . The Rich and the Kingdom of God 17 As Jesus started on his way, a man ran up to him and fell on his […]
August 19, 2012
If the school Reform movement was honest about its goals (improving education being the theoretical keystone) it would try to engage teachers and other education stakeholders in a dialogue. It would conduct research on charter school methods that work and try to implement those in traditional public schools. Instead of focusing on trying to identify and exclude “bad […]
August 3, 2012
This isn’t actually true if we’re speaking about presidential elections generally and Mitt Romney and Barak Obama specifically, I want it to be true. Campaigns aren’t based on who has the better facts, but who has the better sounding lies. When it comes to lying, no one can possibly hope to compete with Mitt. He’s got a […]
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