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Monopoly education, unions and parental responsibility

A bitter teachers’ strike in this blogger’s corner of the world, British Columbia, Canada illustrates how public education has become monopoly education and has taken from parents responsibility for schooling their children. 575 more words


My Recent Mobile App Projects: eReceipt

Auto billing software for pharmaceutical and FMCG company. Offline based transaction, convenient data synchronization with private server and SMS based voucher system.


1. SMS base voucher to client… 9 more words


Testing within the Special Needs Community

According to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), every student with special needs is entitled to “free and appropriate education.” This means that every student, regardless of disability, is entitled to receive quality public education in the United States. 705 more words

Education Equity

On School Vouchers: Responsive and Vibrant Education

Education should grant students’ knowledge about the universe, prepare them for their professional lives, and satisfy their human curiosity. Any education system that sets out to achieve these objectives, however, must be responsive to the demands of the students it serves. 558 more words


A lesson from Sweden

Sweden is one of the leaders in a recent OECD survey of literacy and numeracy levels. Anders Aslund describes how the education system recovered from the ravages of the 1960s and 70s: 98 more words


Vouchers to eviscerate public schools

Instead of simply financing a traditional system of neighborhood schools, legislators and some governors are headed toward funneling public money directly to families, who would be free to choose the kind of schooling they believe is best for their children. 239 more words


Scandalizing 2012 Debates!

There’s just so much stuff to talk about tonight with this post. For example, Honey Boo Boo goes to Hollywood. Bristol Palin and partner Mark Ballas getting kicked off Dancing With The Stars…psst, after four weeks…doncha think it’s time? 376 more words

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