Monthly Archives: October 2012

. . . I keep going

A friend of mind sent me this excerpt from the book A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson with a brief note attached to it that simply said, “Stay strong.” As I read the excerpt I wondered if it would … Continue reading

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THE FACT FINDING MISSION . . .

THE FACT FINDING MISSION . . .. Where are the presidential candidates on education?

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THE FACT FINDING MISSION . . .

Well, I decided to go on a fact finding mission . . . what about education in America? Where do the presidential candidates stand on the topic of education? Now I do listen to a variety of talking heads (both … Continue reading

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No Child Left Behind — The Update . . .

No Child Left Behind — The Update . . ..

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No Child Left Behind — The Update . . .

A little known fact about me, in addition to being “A mom with passion, not an agenda,” I am also a working mom, as I am an adjunct college professor teaching Public Policy Administration. In my March 19, 2012 blog, … Continue reading

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