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Education Reform: Aesop Warns of Republican Tomfoolery

Watching the Republicans go after public education in Michigan reminds me of one of Aesop’s more obscure, but profoundly important, fables . For some reason this fable was never included in any of the many collections of the old Greek’s stories. I ran across it some years ago when I was digging around the stacks […]

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Snyder in Wonderland: Where More than the Talk is Backwards

As Governor Rick Snyder’s secret meetings with groups intent on defunding public education have come to light, it is reasonable to question his leadership abilities.   Ever since Snyder began listening to the Oxford Foundation, the pretentiously named anti-public education advocates, for advice on how to fund public education, the Governor lost all credibility on how […]

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