Monthly Archives: July 2015

Noam Chomsky Insight on Student Loan Debt

“Students who acquire large debts putting themselves through school are unlikely to think about changing society, Chomsky suggested. “When you trap people in a system of debt . they can’t afford the time to think.” Tuition fee increases are a … Continue reading

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Ah, the Low Hanging Fruit Gambit

  Low Hanging Fruit Actually High Handed Decision Making   The B.C government is really pushing the anti education envelope in it’s recently announced three year school budget plan. They call their latest demand for  cuts to school administration “low … Continue reading

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Schools Offer Our Kids More Than We Think

Most people, including educators, don’t know what’s important about schools. We inaccurately talk about and measure that which is least important. So what are the important things about schooling? Here’s some things more important than test scores: Walking to and … Continue reading

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Colonel Sanders Abreast of Medical Firings Scandal

The headline should have read: “ Liberal Government Suggests Colonel Sanders  Investigate Missing Chickens Scandal.” That’s how ridiculous the government’s suggestion that Ombudsperson, Jay Chalke, is just the person to unravel the scandal surrounding the Liberal’s Reaganesque firing of eight … Continue reading

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