Monthly Archives: April 2018

The “best” school district in Texas doesn’t represent Texas

  When it comes to educational quality and student success, money does more than just talk. It screams. And I don’t mean just the money spent on education, although that is critical. I also mean the family financial resources available … Continue reading

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Your teacher voice is your vote. Use it.

  I saw a news photo the other day of Kentucky teachers marching to save their pensions from an insensitive, short-sighted state government and noticed that one teacher was holding a sign that read, “Don’t make me use my teacher … Continue reading

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