Monthly Archives: April 2013

About Michelle Rhee

Update:  Please read the following article on the tactics of Michelle Rhee and their poor results in the school system of Washington, D.C. by Diane Ravitch which was published on December 1, 2015, and posted on the AJC’s “Get Schooled” … Continue reading

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About Hillary Rodham Clinton

I posted the following thoughts, regarding Hillary Clinton on April 4, 2013, on the blog of Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist, Jay Bookman. From Bookman’s article: “But regardless of what happens, her political trajectory — over the years she’s been cast as … Continue reading

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Use an Educational Model, Not a Business Model, for Public Education

Below are the reasons that, based upon my 35 years as a teacher and an instructional leader, I believe that a Business Model for public education is, inherently, the wrong model. Educational arenas require an Educational Model, not a Business Model, to … Continue reading

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