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Paying It Forward With ‘Sal-Dif’

By Robert J. Harris Aug 17, 2017 Every year, thousands of experienced educators from school districts across the country retire from their teaching and administrative positions and are replaced with less experienced and less costly new hires. The difference between the expenditure on the salaries of the more experienced educators exiting the system and their... Continue Reading →

The Uncluttered Cloud

By Kelly Mara July 20, 2017 A soft puffy thing in the sky Daydreaming or Cloud 9 Get your head out of the cloud The place where the Care Bears reside Lying down on an open field gazing upward into the sky. Once upon a time, these were the first things that came to mind... Continue Reading →

A Student’s Diary Entries from the Post-Convergence

n-mail_07_05_05PC Dearest CBEs, Off to the b&m this morning to enjoin with my colleagues in a co-entity wellness program. Our Physical Activity Facilitator prepared the excer-space with equipment to increase our biometric levels. The enabled humanoids seem disengaged, and the droids watch and wait patiently. The Facilitator asked us to form teams comprised of equal... Continue Reading →

Federal departments eliminated

June 27, 05PC In a long overdue vote, the U.S. House of Representatives passed an omnibus bill to eliminate the following federal agencies due to their no longer being necessary: Administration on Aging Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Bureau of International Labor Affairs Bureau of Labor Statistics Center for Disease Control and Prevention Centers... Continue Reading →

Whistleblow While You Work

By Robert J. Harris Jun 17, 2017 Every year, thousands of experienced educators from school districts across the country retire from their teaching and administrative positions and are replaced with less experienced and less costly new hires. The difference between the expenditure on the salaries of the more experienced educators exiting the system and their […]

Beware, a Tschool-nami is Developing Offshore

By Robert J. Harris Jun 22, 2017 Beginning in the month of June, the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season will be upon us. Accordingly, weather forecasters along the U.S east coast will be sharing their predictions about each storm’s magnitude, its tracking, and its duration. Based on these predictions, property owners in the storm’s direct path... Continue Reading →

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