State takeovers—always intrusive—often arrogant, experimental, and ideological—don’t work. But state officials persist in believing they know better than residents and school leaders in poor, black and brown communities, and the idea that takeover can compensate for states’ own underfunding of their poorest school districts wins again and again. 906 more words
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Here’s some surprisingly perceptive political commentary coming from CNBC. While the article below doesn’t go so far as to expose the false duality of the American two-party system, it does show glimmers of awareness, noting that… 1,462 more words
Shabbat at Mark Zuckerber´s house, the richest jew in the world / Shabbat en la casa Mark Zuckerberg, el judío más rico del mundo
Mark Zuckerberg gives family heirloom kiddush cup to daughter
In a Facebook post, world’s richest Jew says he’s passing down his great-grandfather’s ritual goblet to 2-year-old Maxima… 625 more words
“The thing I really care about is the mission, making the world open.” Mark Zuckerberg. Wired 2010.
Thus spake Zuckerberg. And with a certain amount of youthful naiveté, he and his colleagues unleashed upon this planet something so alluring, so fascinating, so innocent that not a soul could have imagined, as did J. 652 more words
FedBook. I love all these “truthers” who keep using CIA backed platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and complain about them.
Don’t use them. Find another way to make money besides monetizing YouTube videos. 624 more words