As we administer/monitor testing, I have plenty of time to thoroughly read through my rss feeds. It’s funny what things just jump out of my reader to grab my attention! This one struck me as I have a child who is smart (now a college junior) that still absolutely flips out over assessments of […]
Tag Archive 'School funding'
Thanks to Dr. Scott Mcleod of Dangerously Irrelevant for the initial sharing of this video in early June, a somewhat satirical look at a serious topic–educational funding cuts! I’d seen this a while back, but it is running in my circles again, so I thought I’d share it here, especially after a news article showed […]
Posted in k12 Education on Apr 24th, 2010
Okay so basically I have come to the conclusion that our state basically doesn’t care how much it costs to educate our students, they only care about tax breaks to themselves. Our congress is in the same boat, only caring about supporting legislation that will keep them re-elected, so very unpopular legislation (that may funnel […]