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HITTING THE JACKPOT

Recently I toured the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, and I really enjoyed it. Its concept is very different from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. 531 more words

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Check out Faye Cohen’s post to her blog Toughlawyerlady!

Break Point

Twin Cities ephemera: It’s been a lovely week here (more so than expected, actually–some rain at the start,but neither drizzle nor deluge), living in the fleeting moments of spring’s awakening. 768 more words

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It's Time for a Revolution II

Here is an example of what has happened to public education in this country over the last several decades and the disdain that has been shown for the country’s education profession. 125 more words

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Ken Kastle is a parishioner with me at our church St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Abington, PA. He writes a blog called “Looking at Things Through My Eyes.” Mr. Kastle has had a long career in education and often views his politics as I do, so I often find his blog posts compelling. Below is one of the posts to his blog, enjoy!

A Declaration of Independence

I am proud to post this remarkable piece by Out of the Cave.

A Declaration of Independence from Corporatist/Behaviorist Education

Posted on February 7, 2014… 808 more words

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Ken Kastle is a parishioner with me at our church St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Abington, PA. He writes a blog called “Looking at Things Through My Eyes.” Mr. Kastle has had a long career in education and often views his politics as I do, so I often find his blog posts compelling. Below is one of the posts to his blog, enjoy!

Day Eight, Cushing’s Awareness Challenge 2015

It’s Here!

Dr. Cushing was born in Cleveland Ohio. The fourth generation in his family to become a physician, he showed great promise at Harvard Medical School and in his residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital (1896 to 1900), where he learned cerebral surgery under William S. 206 more words

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Political Gridlock in the U.S.

For some not discernible reason, the party that lost the presidential election last month has picked up right where it left off. The name of the game is “Just Say No,” and “Obfuscate, Obfuscate, Obfuscate.” 571 more words

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Ken Kastle is a parishioner with me at our church St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Abington, PA. He writes a blog called "Looking at Things Through My Eyes." Mr. Kastle has had a long career in education and often views his politics as I do, so I often find his blog posts compelling. Below is one of the posts to his blog, enjoy!

WHY WAIT FOR THE S--- TO HIT THE FAN?

I don’t have any empirical data to back up my assumptions, but I’m pretty sure that 50% or more of people do not retain, let alone consult a lawyer, until the s— hits the fan (fill in your own word for this familiar saying), and a good percentage of the rest do not listen to a lawyer’s advice. 801 more words

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Check out Faye Cohen’s post to her blog Toughlawyerlady!