I’ve been putting up “Man in the street” interviews ever since our humble beginnings. And I am never surprised by how illiterate young people are about our history and how the Government (which DEPENDS on citizens knowing its form) works.
Every country has written great pages and dark pages in History. For the United States, slavery and the Civil War that brought an end to it were definitely some of the darkest pages. And we must never forget.
Over the years, local public schools have lost more autonomy than anyone is aware of. So much of what we see failing our public schools comes from education reforms that have been mandated in our public schools.
Towns in Massachusetts are laying off public school teachers. In some cases, more than one hundred per district. Why? The COIVID19 shutdown Democrats were so hot for has harpooned tax revenues: no commerce, no money, no revenues, no paychecks.
We warned New Hampshire about Democrat candidate Jeanne Dietsch, (Sen. Dist 9), but not enough Republicans turned out to keep her from winning in the 2018 Blue Wave election. An error they should be sure to correct come November. Why?
My dentist called today with a reminder for an upcoming scheduled appointment. We confirmed the date and time. Then the office worker said the practice requires patients to wear face masks. It made me pause for a moment.
File this under people send me stuff. A teacher who shall remain anonymous (no relation to me in case you are curious) shared some observations from several teachers’ groups with which they are a member. Summary: people are ALREADY giving up on a typical school year next year.
We couldn’t believe what we were hearing a few weeks ago when Nashua’s Executive Councilor Debora Pignatelli stated on WMUR’s Close Up that she believes the education of students at private schools or public charter schools are not “legitimate concerns” of our elected state officials.