If you've ever read any of the permit applications for charter schools, you'll begin to understand where SB 337 came from. One would think that people who want to make a living educating would at least have a basic grasp of written English. It was at once eye-opening and horrifying.
Heading to Durham on Friday for Solas. If you're not Irish, these guys will make you wish you were.
@Jean Templeton -- how do we stop all secretions? That's easy; all we have to be is extinct. Which seems to be the solution the Legislature is helping to pursue.
The Wake County Commission should probably focus doing on the job they already have before they start trying to so somebody else's. And frankly, I can't think of anyone I want to see in charge of education in this county LESS than Jesse Helms wannabe Paul Coble.
And he's just getting started! Imagine how proud we'll be by 2016.
Saxapahaw is probably what triggered the thought, but I think the reason I made the connection was the medium and ... well, the sheer scale of the work.
Is it wrong that I keep looking at Mother of Pearl and thinking of Paperhand Puppet Intervention?
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