Cy Vance, Manhattan District Attorney, Protects Those Who Pay Him To Overlook Their Wrong-doing COURTBEAT – New York Court Reporter Pay to play in New York City fascinates us all. We love to hear about […]
I keep hoping that some major media will report on the ATR situation correctly. Unfortunately this hasn’t happened. The title of the article in the New York Times on Friday October 13, 2017, “Caught Sleeping […]
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2017 The Kidnapping of Andy Ostrowski: Where is He? How Can This Happen In America?
Many people are aware of the use of medical agencies and/or doctors to declare people who are challenging the policies of an agency or exposing corruption and fraud, as “crazy” in order to remove these […]
I think Susan Ochshorn says it all in the previous post. The new curriculum for New York, “Next Generation”, seems to be just as nonsensical as it’s predecessor “Common Core”. Have teachers been sufficiently trained in […]
By the third grade I had progressed from being one of “those kids” to being the “special ed.” kid. I was found to have multiple language-based learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder. When the educational […]
Published Online: March 8, 1989 LINK Under present systems for evaluating teachers in New York State and elsewhere, unsupported assumptions about teaching and learning often result in unfair judgments, concludes James A. Gross in Teachers […]
From Politico: “Wayne County Circuit Judge Brian Sullivan issued the order Friday that blocks Project Veritas and a woman said to be working with the group, Marisa Jorge, from disclosing videos or other information gathered […]