Maine’s budding charter schools survive legislature by Bruce Poliquin.
“Knowledge is power. The best education for the child is crucial for a lifetime of happiness, success, and health. Education should be about the kids, not the adults. Let’s keep moving down the path of more learning approaches and environments for Maine students. The new and growing charter school option is a step in the right direction.” Read more, click here.
Charlotte Iserbyt responds:
“Another moron to add to the list. These people couldn’t add 2-2 if required. They would surely answer “3”. How does one get through to them that charters schools, with their unelected boards, are THE vehicle to get the USA moving into the Soviet unelected council form of government. “They” just don’t seem to have a problem with “taxation without representation”. They probably never studied the origins of the the United States of America, and haven’t the faintest idea why the patriots, including George Washington, decided to go to war against Great Britain.
Also, does he know what school-to-work is? Has he ever been to Cuba or China or Russia. Does he know what a quota system is. Maybe someone should give him this quote from Professor Eugene Boyce, University of Georgia, on communist education. “They do not educate for jobs that don’t exist.”
That’s really great, Mr. Poliquin…and you say our children are going to have such upward mobility, blah, blah, blah?”
Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
Former Senior Policy Advisor
U.S. Department of Education