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Study: New Orleans Principals Admit to Manipulating Student Selection

I have written several posts to date on the Educational Research Alliance of New Orleans (ERA) and its founder, Doug Harris.

ERA is conducting a number of studies on the privatization of most of New Orleans’ schools following Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and which has culminated in a 100-percent-charter Recovery School District (RSD) in New Orleans by 2014. 867 more words

High-stakes Testing

Puerto Vallarta fishing Report March 2015

Puerto Vallarta fishing report March 2015

Offshore the Billfish and Tuna bit have really picked up this last week 70 + miles offshore the Yellowfin Tuna have been averaging 30-200 lbs with a couple of cow’s as well. 68 more words

Fishing Reports

Hearing on HB 662, refunding property taxes paid by charters, on March 31 at 9:00 AM

The Senate Education Committee will reconvene the public hearing for HB 662 at LOB 103 on Tuesday, March 31 at 9:00 AM.

Charters

Bad Habit: A Wrongdoing Abbot in Tenth-Century Burgundy

By Fraser McNair

Fraser is a PhD candidate in the Faculty of History. His thesis is entitled ‘The development of territorial principalities between the Loire and the Scheldt, 893-99′. 528 more words

Research

Surfing Charters in the Mentawai Islands - Best Surf Travel Destination

The Mentawai Islands are an archipelago of islands containing a large number of renowned top notch waves scattered among several major island clusters, and lie approx. 94 more words

Boat

Education: No Iron Triangle

I came from the corporate world, which invented the project management triangle. (“Fast, Good, Cheap: Pick Two.”)

Education has no triangle.

Money, of course, doesn’t work. 753 more words

Policy

SeaFour Lures

I am proud to announce that I am now a representative of a great product called SeaFour Lures

This is a Canadian based business on the west coast and is possibly the only company that produces a mouldable lure on the market for Salmon and trout. 182 more words