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Posted on June 11 at 6:24 p.m.
In many years of education, I was ALWAYS in public schools.
On No Child Left Behind … Again?
Posted on June 11 at 6:21 p.m.
georgy I completely agree it's best for the shape of the trail to keep the mountain bikes off of it.
On “Foot by Foot” for the Franklin Trail
Posted on June 11 at 4:34 p.m.
give up, foo, when you write "Stay better focused" in your insulting, pseudo-professorial way it's just rude. You just rant about sinister progressives or liberals, it's all the same hogwash whatever thread you're invading.
Posted on June 11 at 11:09 a.m.
Yes, I've heard Jerry three times and he always plays the dobro...
On Live Oak Music Festival Goes Live
Posted on June 11 at 11:08 a.m.
foo you're just that, writing "the political indoctrination and irrelevant course work found in public schools" -- it's all about that for you, despite your pious BS about caring about education....say, did you ever bother to answer if your children attend/or attended private schools??? pretty silent there, foo
Posted on June 11 at 7:44 a.m.
with you re homeschooling, Bill, although a few parents do homeschool well.... mostly, children lose the social aspect of education in homeschooling. And honestly, how many parents can effectively teach all those subjects for a student 5 - 17?? Come on! We have already debated WHY the public schools have failed, italian, and we will never agree. And both of us regret that infamous prelate who presided over a mass at Bishop Diego...what hypocrisy!
Posted on June 11 at 7:39 a.m.
well, his "deity" sas a pseudo-scientific "belief" in an Aryan Race [sic], specifically the Germanic and Nordic elements, and extreme nationalism was his deadly practice. My reading of Ian Kershaw and others is that Hitler did not like the Catholic Church, and certainly did reject all established forms/names of "God".
On Atheists Saved!
Posted on June 10 at 2:12 p.m.
foo-union-bashing, tiresome & yeah, voters heavily returned both Jackson and Williams, which is why you're so shrill. Actually, Williams DOES need to be voted out, but for other reasons.
Posted on June 10 at 10:18 a.m.
while I can support much of "back to basics", and have my concerns about Common Core, too often, as with foo, the real aim of "back to basics" aficionados is reduce funding for public schools...NO on that idea.
On A Failure To Communicate
Posted on June 10 at 5:52 a.m.
Look, I see an entirely different issue here: whatever about the 80 "temporary" teachers attending the Common Core workshops for the extra two days.... Unless you have STUDIED THE COMMON CORE State Standards,... you wouldn't laugh at the idea of TWO DAYS, really?! Sunday's [6/09] NYTimes had a long lead article about Common Core, and from there other references make it clear this is neither simple nor satisfactory. Giving teachers just 2 days is laughable. More tests, less learning.
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