Daily Archives: May 23, 2013

Common Core Testing

In the 1980s, math teacher Jaime Escalante, cajoled and challenged disadvantaged students to prepare for and excel on the calculus advanced placement test for college credit. In 1987 Garfield High, Escalante’s school, was fourth in the United States in number of students … Continue reading

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Does Rep. Reed ever recognize an opinion that differs from his own?

Does Rep. Reed ever recognize an opinion that differs from his own?  Usually he gives only one side of the story.  However, I remember he stated at a recent townhall meeting that the AARP had recommended he support the President’s … Continue reading

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