Monthly Archives: December 2016

Care in the Public Sector vs. Power, Wealth in the Private Sector

Dialogue between Mary Elizabeth on the “Get Schooled” blog of the AJC on December 21, 2016: (Link: http://getschooled.blog.myajc.com/2016/12/21/study-disadvantages-children-face-at-age-3-can-foretell-adult-problems/ ) ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ First poster’s comment: “These children’s problems start LONG BEFORE they are born!” —————————————- Mary Elizabeth’s response: “That could, also, be … Continue reading

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“Baby Braves,” an outstanding early childhood educational intervention in Heard County, Georgia

My words below are from AJC educational journalist Maureen Downey’s blog, “Get Schooled,” on December 20, 2016: “Superintendent Rodney Kay has implemented a program that I dreamed would happen one day, but never saw implemented during my 35 years in … Continue reading

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“Here Comes ‘De Law”

These are my thoughts to another poster, yesterday, on the AJC blog, “Get Schooled.” I think my readers will appreciate my thoughts, below, regarding the proper place of the law in society: “Again, to raise consciousness regarding ‘the law, I … Continue reading

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A Ship of Fools

My words to another poster on the AJC blog, “Get Schooled,” on December 8, 2016: I do not want America to rule the world. I want America to lead the way, with moral authority, to build partnerships in which responsibility … Continue reading

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A must read if you value keeping education out of the business world

Please read not only this article by AJC columnist and blogger, Maureen Downey, but also read the posts by patrons of her blog, including those of MaryElizabethSings: In warning of efforts to gut public education, teachers weren’t paranoid. They were prescient. … Continue reading

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What is truth in education?

This article by J. Marcus Patton, as published November 30, 2016 on the “Get Schooled” blog of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution is filled with truth. I urge every reader of my blog to read Mr. Patton’s article at this link: Opinion: … Continue reading

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