Monthly Archives: June 2012

Why Teachers Should Remain in Public Education

I have just entered the following post on a local journalist’s educational blog, and I also wanted to post my thoughts, regarding why teachers should remain in public education, on “Mary Elizabeth Sings.” See below. ============================================================== “For those teachers who still may be reading … Continue reading

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“How Women Are Viewed In This World” – 2012

From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 1, 2012: “Vanderbilt head coach James Franklin is apologizing for comments he made about his assistants’ wives. “Franklin, attending the SEC annual meeting in Destin, Fla., this week, said he will not hire an assistant … Continue reading

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