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Rearranging the Chairs on the Deck

Posted by Admin On February - 7 - 2010

 

CHAIRSIt is time to rearrange the chairs on the deck or at the very least recognize the sense of urgency for the need to do so.  Parents, students, and teachers are a part of the “NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND” but more time is being placed on the teaching component. 

This may be the right thing to do. In principle,  if the bandleader is out of sync, then the rest of the band does not have a chance.  However, parity may be apropos.  All three must have attention simultaneously. If nothing else, let these words open the conversation for equity, along with getting parents and students in a different mindset as to their real responsibility in the process.

With health care, energy and economic issues on the same plate as education in the country, let education, not slide off the plate into a free fall.

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3 Responses to “Rearranging the Chairs on the Deck”

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  3. Ferry says:

    It’s contradictory to say it isn’t ctpaialism to bail out GS and then suggest credit card debts and mortgages should have been forgiven. Why not let those people fail too? It is just as sick to save those baby elephants . It rewards the wrong people for the wrong behavior. It would make more sense (albeit still little sense) to give that money to the savers so they could enjoy shopping sprees rather than give it to the irresponsible children to pay for their past excesses and start the whole process over again at hyper speeds. I’d liken it to giving degrees to drop-outs and drug addicts to increase the pool of skilled labor in the economy and give them a second chance. It’s madness.

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