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Andrew Stewart

Andrew Stewart is a resident of South Euclid, living just west of the Lyndhurst border. He spent the entirety of his K-12 academic experience in the South Euclid-Lyndhurst City Schools, except for two months in the sixth grade when he was enrolled at Hawken School. 723 more words


NC NOW's Legislative Update #21 Summary - June 27, 2015

The House Rejects the Senate’s Budget
The House has voted unanimously to reject the Senate budget (House Bill 97), and the final compromise budget will be negotiated by a conference committee behind closed doors.    544 more words

Public Education

Politrical Correctness is Good for You

That other guy isnt here right now and I come to do his blog because he was in collidge so long ago, he has forgot how to be a interllectural. 243 more words

Culture Rot

Life after the hub model: Can satellite campuses save rural NS?

Well, the annual summer pack up of classrooms is over, and for some, this is a sad time of the year indeed. Despite the downright heroic efforts of a few small community groups, a few small community schools have heard their death knell sounded, and, barring a major miracle, will soon be closed for good. 1,252 more words

Public Education

Why My College Degree Is Meaningless: Years in the Education System Has Soiled My Learning (Huffington Post)

If the Huffington Post is starting to go after higher education i am assuming there must be a big problem. I agree with most of what this lady says. 67 more words

Parenthood And Responsibility

How the system broke my heart (and how my students mended it)

I originally wrote this story back in April in an old notebook on a Sunday afternoon, amid tears. I meant to rewrite it here in the space of my blog, but I wasn’t ready. 872 more words