December 11, 2012
Who else is ready for some cliff diving? I was wondering if this was a sentiment shared by others of my ilk. All this talk of fiscal cliffs seems to be a bit overdone. Maybe it’s just election fatigue and crisis fatigue setting in, but I find myself struggling to work up any great amount […]
December 10, 2012
Reblogged from Louisiana Voice: Editor's note: Occasionally we post guest commentary and today's offering contains what we feel is significant information about the existence of so-called "shadow schools." The author of this essay is a former employee of the Department of Education (DOE) who possesses information not readily available to the public because of the […]
December 8, 2012
Here’s a nice little gem I found about our beloved, John White. I wonder how he would fair in worst in the world ranking or even in a historical context, (i.e. worst ever)? I suppose he has time to build on his lack of success. . . Louisiana’s John White: The Worst Superintendent in the Country. […]
December 3, 2012
I feel some apologies are in order for my regular readers. (I’ve been chastized by several recently for slacking.) Due to some personal issues, some of which involved a nasty run-in with an even nastier stomach virus, I have been out of commission for the last few weeks. Meanwhile a number of very exciting changes […]
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