This the second essay that follows up on the Walberg and Bast book on innovations in education that make sense, with particular emphasis on flexible development and rewards.
Category Archives: Education
The goal is to make the populace anxious so they will be clamorous to be led to safety…
This article discusses the morph to for profit that makes the College Board a very lucrative outfit.
And Viv knows the troubles caused by cold.
Ok, an objective judge, reviewing the evidence, would allow a claim against Greenpeace for disrupting economies in a criminal conspiracy that includes gov funding of cliimate panic junk science on an enormous scale.
I am a musician because my grandfather was a farmer who could play the piano and sang in the Methodist choir–pretty good. Waddaubet genetics makes a difference?
The info age provides a Potemkin village of intellectual activity that hides basic ignorance.
UC Santa Barbara–teaching teachers to drink the koolaid and not ask questions.
I warn you that the California case that nullified tenure has some baggage.
I am a little sensitive about how the Jesuits have presided over an increasingly mediocre group of institutions married to despicable and destructive christian leftist political correctness.
My experience with education reform of curriculum began watching my brothers struggle with stupid pedagogy in look see reading in the late 60s. But dumb math was also a factor.
VDH is a classics scholar and historian but also an active and erudite commentator.
We are all in awe of Navy Seals, for good reason.
Socialism is evil, it is misanthropic but lives the lie that gov nomenklatura care about the little people, all of them.
I am very impressed by this guy–he starts with Democritis and the hypothetical atom.
But then it get’s good, even to talking about recent discoveries in physics.
The Richest and most lavishly, loathsomely lefty bastion of higher ed in Texas is the University of Texas, Austin.