Today is the first day of the “full schedule Tuesday” that will run through the beginning of November. Occupational therapy, Girl Scouts, softball. And it’s not actually the “full schedule,” next week could add a tee ball and/or a baseball game to the mix.
Terrible Tuesday, indeed.
On the topic of education, Seth Godin writes about our wrong schools. (John Taylor Gatto writes on the same topic. I highly recommend his works, especially the Underground History of American Education.)
An Open Letter to High School Freshmen, one I wish I had read at 18.
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Five of the hundreds of Texas laws now in effect.
Mark Steyn addresses two declines: economic and cultural.
Examples of both found in this one story. (No, that’s not Onion. That’s Union. Sigh.)
Last week, I linked to Kathryn Jean Lopez’s article on the lack of compassion of some “pro-lifers.” Another pro-lifer speaks to the same issue, “How Can We Change Hearts and Save Lives?”