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tech3149 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Mar-30-05 01:56 AM
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2. How can classroom space, teachers, and books be divorced
from budget? If you have a sufficient budget and demographics you can account and pay for future needs. We've been starving our education system for 30 years and it gets worse every year. If I ruled the world (or the country), my highest priority would be the education of our children. Having been associated with educational facilities professionally for the last 15 years, and my experience in the public education system, I know that the greatest asset we have are the devoted teachers. The greatest hurdle we have are the self-serving institutions that control the system.
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  -Is NCLB Making History of Social Studies? kerrygoddess  Mar-30-05 01:27 AM   #0 
  - So History AKA Social Studies is an artifical subject now?  lenidog   Mar-30-05 01:51 AM   #1 
  - LOL!  kerrygoddess   Mar-30-05 09:14 AM   #3 
  - The easiest way to change history is to erase it...n/t  phish420   Mar-31-05 09:21 PM   #16 
  - How can classroom space, teachers, and books be divorced  tech3149   Mar-30-05 01:56 AM   #2 
  - In California...  YvonneCa   Mar-30-05 10:22 AM   #4 
  - Thanks for posting, kg -- nt  DeepModem Mom   Mar-30-05 10:41 AM   #5 
  - gee, imagine that!-the Feds do not want your kid to know how gov. is  rodeodance   Mar-30-05 10:59 AM   #6 
  - NCLB is *not* the fault of educators. n/t  ulysses   Mar-30-05 11:58 AM   #7 
  - I agree.  KaliTracy   Mar-30-05 12:36 PM   #9 
  - No it is not  proud2Blib   Mar-30-05 11:03 PM   #13 
  - the push for high stakes tests is not about making our kids globally  KaliTracy   Mar-30-05 12:32 PM   #8 
  - Social Studies not a 'core' subject?  cestpaspossible   Mar-30-05 12:43 PM   #10 
  - I'm sure there's still room for the football team to have shiny new  WMliberal   Mar-30-05 10:29 PM   #11 
  - This is VERY GOOD NEWS ......  Husb2Sparkly   Mar-30-05 10:49 PM   #12 
  - They are ensuring that the masses do not question... that they do not  KaliTracy   Mar-31-05 08:20 PM   #14 
  - NCLB changes the primary purpose of public schools.  baldguy   Mar-31-05 09:14 PM   #15 
     - yes, it does -- yet many (not all) people don't question the reasons why  KaliTracy   Apr-05-05 01:19 PM   #17 

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