First Come Rights; Then Comes Government to Secure These Rights
"...we must also be alert to the equal and opposite danger that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite.”
In times such as these it's nice to be able to respond N. A. when asked where I went to college...
The University of New Hampshire just published a "Bias Free Language Guide." There's one small problem with it. It's filled with bias.
Michelle's school lunch program has taken a lot of heat. Not from Congress, Boehner and McConnell are scared to death of Michelle.
The first thing we'd note is that if this was a 29-year-old male teacher with a female student the bond would probably be $500,000.
He told the truth about the unemployment numbers that are published by the federal government.
We were going to title this post "Illiterate teacher..." but she's really not "illiterate" she's unfortunately typical of public school teachers ...
A university, like the University of California, used to be the place a young person would go to be challenged.
This is one of my preeminent examples of why there should never, ever be such a thing as a union for a government employee–ANY government employee. A teachers union …