Who doesn’t love a great field trip with the class or group? How far as CCSS gone to line up these educational excursions? Let’s see if we can find out! Road Trip Ahead!: I don’t know how much you may or may not know about field trips. I know plenty. It used to be my … Continue reading Monday Musings: CCSS Field Trips?
See something here which concerns you or troubles you, contact your Senator or Representative.
My fellow Warriors, sometimes in research for educratic BS (or related ties), you find something so ridiculous, it’s hard to pass it up.
Without proper care of water and dirt, we will not survive. Period.
So, Warriors, how does education fit into HR 2 (The Agriculture Act of 2018)?
Warriors, the time I’m asking you to spend is more than likely the most important thing you can do for your country.
FY 2019’s ‘public debt responsibility’ is set by Congress at $16.6 trillion dollars. Of that ed/labor is $90 billion.
We must be watchful of these, especially considering the current Administration’s push for creating jobs, boosting the economy, and school choice.
It’s a virtual (digital) overload out there! For today’s ‘Tech Thursday’, we will look in the ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) for all the digital parts of education via College and Career Readiness (the new ‘Common Core’ name). (*Note: in the ESSA, ‘Standards’ is innocently stated as “Challenging State Academic Standards”). Why do I point this … Continue reading ESSA and Digital Overload
For this first “Weekend News” of 2016, I wanted to focus in on how much CCSS (Common Core State Standards) and CTE (Career Technical Education) is still alive and thriving across the nation. As most of you (anti CCSS Warriors) know, I reside in NC. As you can imagine, NC, like all the other States, … Continue reading Weekend News: Tangled Webs of Educratic Moves