Posts Tagged “education”

I’m Angry–(or at least frustrated)–And You Should Be, Too!

by Kaye Wilson on February 21, 2014

A group of middle-class, young to middle-aged women were gathered to read and discuss the Bible.  The meeting was during the day, so all of these women would either be considered “stay-at-home” moms, or retired.  As often happens in such (…)

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The Solution To America’s Education Woes: “Curriculum” at the Core of Every Family

by Kaye Wilson on December 10, 2013

An article in the Monday Dec. 5 Wall Street Journal, “Students Slip in Global Tests” (http://tinyurl.com/n2eylym)  relates yet another posting of poor showing by US students in comparison with others around the globe.  This time 15 year-olds who took the Program (…)

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What Are We Doing?

by Kaye Wilson on November 18, 2013

Who hasn’t heard the axiom that you hit what you aim for?  If you don’t have a goal, you’ll be essentially aimless–not a good thing if you want your efforts to mean something.  During my child-rearing years, the thing that (…)

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