Wise One wrote:crux wrote:MSnbs (as in MicroSoft, The National Broadcasting System, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, $$, Common Core one size fits all education curriculum, Race to the Top, ETC.?)
You can be counted on , always, to parrot the ravings of the Koch brothers' Freedom Works faithfully. They are nuts ... and so are you if you swallow their propaganda hook, line and sinker.
Only insane right-wing paranoiacs would interpret a mild attempt
to improve basic educational standards as a threat.
You had it wrong then, and the proof just keeps coming in...
Governor of New York and Teachers Unions and Liberals and Democrat State Senators joining with REPUBLICANS? Against Common Core?
"Only right-wing paranoiacs"?
I had it RIGHT:
Crux wrote:Now let's admit:
Many complain about No Child Left Behind, or even the Standards of Learning here in Virginia. This concern and criticism is not "...insane...paranoiacs...interpreting...mild attempts to improve basic educational standards..." I would submit.
See we could get into this, but once again, AO shows ugliness...
So capable to hate. So ready to cast aspersions. So partisan and oriented to one size fits all top down power from D.C. I am so glad that Virginia has eschewed the carrots that came with strings attached laid nicely in the narrow neat little box.
"Maybe our new Governor can right this wrong"? You would like that wouldn't you.
I rail against the Left much, because the Left is working furiously to build sociopolitical structures I fine both offensive and dangerous actually to creativity and decentralization.
The downfall of the elitist leftist is his arrogance... I had it right then and NOW.