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Only the discussion of abortion gets more emotive attention; but the role of religion in our schools and classrooms has been a sure fire prescription for heated conflict.
The State of Wisconsin again is facing two years of single party control. If we hoped for a political quiet period; it doesn’t look like that will be the case.
Since the November 6th election, the rhetoric has taken an even uglier turn creating warning signs we all should be watching.
Thanks to my numerous critics, I have had to go back and reevaluate some of my statements and positions resulting in some uncomfortable admissions.
The November election has made a statement about the power shift in the United States. White male dominance is waning and that’s a good thing.
The world is watching our upcoming national elections with anxiety and anticipation.
On the heels of the greatest recession and economic downturn; our nation appears to be more politically divided than ever. How can we function in such a setting?
The unintended consequences of the Information Age is bringing cultures together that may appear to be incompatible. Can anything be done about it?
Government is not the solution to our problem. Government is the problem. RONALD REAGAN, First Inaugural Address, January 20, 1981
Over the last five or six decades, the role and expectations for the classroom educator has changed from teacher to something entirely different, which they were never trained for.
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