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Taking a Walk With Antonio

Taking a Walk With Antonio
This past Saturday, on a march for Ron Paul, I fell into a conversation on education. I wasn’t planning on talking about the joke that is public education in America, but as soon as the words ‘No Child Left Behind’ were uttered I went off. You don’t have to be a Ron Paul supporter to recognize the failure of the public school system. Enjoy my rant. The only correction that... 

Why Parents are Better Teachers than Trained Teachers

Why Parents are Better Teachers than Trained Teachers
Across the land we continue to hear the cries that public education is under attack. That greedy governors and legislators are destroying public education because they cannot justify increasing spending on top of the many thousands of dollars spent per student per year for horrid outcomes (in terms of testing, graduation rates, college readiness or life preparation). These people claim that if only... 

Why Education Will Not Be Reformed By Government

Why Education Will Not Be Reformed By Government
There are essentially two camps to the public education debate (I’m ignoring the apathetic and the delusional). There is one side that says the current state of public education is not as good as it can be, that we need to reform it, but only to a degree, and the best way to do that is to pump more money into the system and give more power and control to the state. The other side says that public... 
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