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February 2014 Vol. 21. No. 4 Focus on Keeping Students Engaged


February edition cartoon

By by Eric Joselyn on Feb 14, 2014 02:26 PM

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Submitted by Gloria Endres (not verified) on February 16, 2014 9:19 am
Brilliant and scary.
Submitted by Linda (not verified) on February 18, 2014 7:30 am
Thanks for sharing
Submitted by Morrie Peters (not verified) on February 19, 2014 11:08 am
Democracy ceases to exist when their is no democratically elected School Board. The arrogance, selfishness and perhaps age of Stahlberg, Cohen, Roberts, Rendell, the Clergy, et al. allows this SRC travesty to occur. It is well known by anyone who has the interest to read about these things that PA State Legislators benefit directly from legislature they pass in Harrisburg, Dwight Evans and Anthony Hardy Williams did just this in education. It is well documented in stories written by the Fourth Estate that the country folk in Pennsyltucky have been doing this for ages. The first thing Evans did after the creation of the SRC was to create a Charter school that he could benefit from. Williams did the same thing. Lisa Nutter's salary is paid indirectly by the Philadelphia School Partnership. Gamble wants to create Gamble-ville around Audenreid. Evans wants to create Evans-ville around MLK. Where is the Committee of Seventy? Where are the honest politicians in this city?

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