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"Live within your means," cautioned my father, reminding me time and time again of the difference between wanting and needing, too. Does no one heed such advice anymore? Apparently, not so much, and the spending abuse starts at the very top. The Congressional Budget...
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The Philadelphia School District, one of our nation’s biggest with 220 schools, has just 8—and by some counts just 7—certified, full-time librarians. Apparently, a handful of others juggle library responsibilities along with their teaching duties. Plus, of those 220...
You’ve just gotta love the lofty titles of Obama’s Every Student Succeeds Act, (ESSA), and its predecessor, Bush’s 2001’s No Child Left Behind, or NCLB---as if a 100% success rate were ever doable. No stragglers, no one bringing up the rear, no one back there at all....
Washington Post’s Andrew Van Dam reports that, back in the early 1990s, teachers and support staff enjoyed above-average paychecks in 26 out of the 42 states in the Labor Department’s database. By 2017, only one state, Rhode Island, could make that boast, while the...
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