Jeff Danziger for January 04, 2014

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    Dtroutma  over 9 years ago

    NCLB proponents.

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    ARodney  over 9 years ago

    No! Paying people a living wage and giving them pensions is socialism. Unless they’re in the top levels of corporations, in which case it’s their divine, God-given right and taking it away is socialism. It’s all socialism.

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    ConserveGov  over 9 years ago

    Thanks unions!

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    lonecat  over 9 years ago

    Check out The Algebra Project:

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    eepatt  over 9 years ago

    The number one attribute of successful schools is the average family income of the students in the school. We have a poverty problem in this country and it is getting steadily worse. We need to fight the poverty and its effects. There are not simple solutions to this complex problem. We should look to Finland. They raised teacher pay, but are very selective about who is qualified to teach. And they repsect the teachers.

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    ColonelClaus  over 9 years ago

    And people wonder why I finally retired from a profession I love. It wasn’t age, I tell ya that. I just can’t seem to get along with School Administrators who sold their souls.

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    Hawthorne  over 9 years ago

    Good idea. Let’s start right now!

    The last thing a ‘free country’ needs is a propaganda machine.

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    badcyclist Premium Member over 9 years ago

    I love the conservative complainers here— so bitter, so selfish, so nasty, and so wrong about everything.

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    Jaedabee Premium Member over 9 years ago

    I see things haven’t changed much here.

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    Diane Lee Premium Member over 9 years ago
    If you really want to improve education, do it like the Japanese do. Teaching is respected on the level with doctors and lawyers, and paid accordingly, so they get the best graduates coming out of college. Then, they don’t have them doing anything but actual teaching, no playground or lunch room duty. They are treated as professionals, so they don’t lose 1/3 of the new teachers in the first five years. We do, because there is always an easier, better paying job for a college graduate.However, you do need to remember that holding the factory responsible for the quality of the product isn’t valid unless there is some quality control in the raw materials.
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    dshepard  over 9 years ago

    In reference the toon: Look in the mirror boys — you’re the problem and have always been the problem. You should have stayed out of it.

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