Maybe if teachers were actually free to teach as opposed to being made to “teach to the test” and being made into profit vectors for some corporate entity that might as well be turning out tires for all it cared about education, the quality of our schools would improve and all this cheating for dollars would be unnecessary.
|By: Phoenix Woman Saturday March 30, 2013 6:45 am|
|By: Friday October 5, 2012 7:40 am|
Did Willard break the rules? Did Willard cheat? The candidates are not supposed to bring notes of any kind to the podiums, but if you watch this youtube video, he clearly, and surreptitiously, slides a folded piece of paper from his pocket and puts it on the podium.
|By: William Black Sunday January 15, 2012 1:59 pm|
Dylan Ratigan is well positioned to author a book, designed to be an enjoyable and informative read by normal humans, on the ongoing financial crisis. He is the wunderkind who became Global Managing Editor for Corporate Finance of Bloomberg, the premier news service that specializes in finance, at an exceptionally young age. He was at CNBC while that network was hyping the housing bubble as a non-bubble offering fantastic investment opportunities.
|By: dakine01 Saturday April 2, 2011 1:59 pm|
Today, we are joined by Stephen Partridge, one of the editors of The Cambridge Companion To Baseball.
Have I mentioned recently that I love baseball? I fit the definition of “avid fan” (pg 35) in that I follow the sports statistics but have not gone the route of the fantasy league fan (described as “rabid”). I can watch a baseball game at any level of play from Little League up to the Major Leagues and enjoy the game as it is. I have multiple shelves on my bookcases with both fiction and non-fiction baseball books. I own and re-watch a number of baseball themed movies.