Category Archives: Texas Families First

Putting school vouchers in backpacks

  Unbelievable as it may seem, some readers of this blog occasionally take exception to my reasoned rhetoric – and to my view that we should give our public schools the resources they need to do their job instead of … Continue reading

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Trying to ram public education into reverse

  “Unfunded mandate” is a trite expression that sometimes is used by local school officials to complain about having to do something that would actually be in the best interests of their students and teachers, such as limited class sizes … Continue reading

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The bottom line for schools is funding

  If you try hard enough, you can design a poll to get just about whatever response you want. But even then, there usually is more than one way to read the results. Texas Families First, a group that wants … Continue reading

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