Ignorance Is Not Bliss

When you read as much as we do about school choice and education in the media you begin to notice “themes.”  These days we are seeing a concerted effort in the media to disparage online/virtual learning and an ongoing effort to keep reminding politicians and teachers...

Role Of For-Profits In Education

With the cap on charter schools being lifted some for-profit charter school companies may be encouraged to enter the Tennessee market and after the hoopla over Virtual Public Schools Act, it is important to have a proper understanding of the role of for-profits in the...

New Legislation Announced

For everyone who loves public education we are pleased to announce TNSC Bill 2.  This legislation will set up a government run grocery store system.  Everyone will pay for their groceries through their property taxes and will be zoned for a specific grocer.  Even if...

TEA or PET

Knoxnews.com has a great article by Greg Johnson “TEA not the only choice for teacher representation.”  Click Here to read the full article.  In it Mr. Johnson makes the excellent points: By joining the Tennessee Education Association, teachers give tacit, if not...

Condemning The Unions-Not The Teachers

A New York Times article titled “Teachers Wonder, Why the Scorn?”  states:  “Around the country, many teachers see demands to cut their income, benefits and say in how schools are run through collective bargaining as attacks not just on their livelihoods, but on their...

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