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The Department of Miseducation

Proponents of the Living Constitution argue that the U.S. Constitution is basically an unfinished document and that it is meant to evolve to adapt to the current times and struggles. 679 more words

The Contract On The Government

Creating access and equity in our schools to generate opportunity for all children

As election day draws near using your vote as your ‘voice’ is an often coined phrased. This election, there is one candidate that is championing a voice, one that is often unheard and unnoticed. 398 more words

Just one week to go! Get your submission to us in time, so YOUR teacher views can be quoted in the 2nd edition of "Lifting the Curtain: The disgrace we call urban high school education"

Just one week to go!  Our call for submissions closes next Thursday, 30 October 2014.  We have dozens of great entries reviewed and in progress.  Be sure to add yours! 122 more words

Education

Writing any Book is an Accomplishment

Last week I was invited to participate in the Local Authors’ Showcase held at the Buena Vista Library in Burbank.

For me, the event gave me an opportunity to talk shop with fellow writers, and to meet interesting people such as the executor of famed film director and screenwriter Richard Brooks who made films such as “Elmer Gantry,” “In Cold Blood,” “Looking for Mr. 502 more words

Public Education

Political Correctness and Reality

Once more living in a politically correct milieu proves deadly. Canada, the heart throb of all lovers of Progressive governance, suffered of all things gun violence in Parliament. 578 more words

Fools & Frauds

I Look to You.

Whitney Houston

I Look to You is the sixth and final studio album by former American recording artist Whitney Houston. It was first released on August 28, 2009 through Sony Music in Europe, then August 31, 2009 with Arista Records in the United States. 13 more words

Public Education

Corbettist education policy vs. PA cities

Current Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett’s ads say his administration has increased education support by $1.5 billion. Challenging gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf accuses Corbett of cutting education support by $1 billion during his first term. 541 more words

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