“Pro aris et focis” is a Latin phrase meaning “For God and Country”. Congress isn’t honoring our country worth a darn with its educratic overreaches.
Anti Fed Ed Warriors, do you remember learning the old English children’s rhyme “A Hunting We Will Go?” It was a fun song to sing along to. Maybe you taught your children this song. I had forgotten the song until I saw an early January press release by the Committee on Education and Labor Republicans. (*Note: The U.S. House Committee … Continue reading “A-hunting We Will Go”
It’s time to put DC on notice for 2019. We must, it’s our citizen’s duty as well as our patriotic responsibility.
Short-sidedness is NOT an option for the anti global education Warrior OR the anti federally led education Warrior.
We know SIBs, BitCoins, and, taxes are misused in education. There’s a new crop of financial tools to make it worse.
Strategy suggest purposed moves. Our time is upon us.
Warriors Against the Common Core State Standards Initiative: You’ve heard of all the on-line aligned courses and schools out there full of all the CCSS/CTE/CCR you can stand. Among them are Blackboard and Ascend Learning. You may know about Blackboard‘s alignment to the CCSS Machine and agenda, but do you know about Ascend’s? Did you … Continue reading FTF: Ascending and Aligning
Yesterday, I introduced you to the big push for Career Tech Education (the adult version of Common Core) from the AACC’s WDI (American Association of Community College’s Workforce Development Institute) perspective. There was quite a bit revealed. From the acknowledged partnership of the Gates Foundation, but the Gates Foundation grant recipient (the grant was to … Continue reading Tech Thursday: Upskilling America: Part 2
Will CCSS/CTE (Common Core State Standards/Career Tech Ed really become embedded in the re-authorization of the HEA? Let’s take a trip back in time to see if our answer lies there. The U of P/New America Effort: Back in November of 2014, the University of PA and the New America Foundation hosted a panel discussion … Continue reading Tech Thursday: More on the HEA (Higher Ed Act)