The devil is in the details. The devil is in the data.
The teachers handed Republican state Sen. Robert Karnes his defeat as many participated in the GOP primary.
There seems to be no corporate recognition of the shameful act of taking decades of societal largesse and then doing everything possible to avoid paying for any of it.
In this era of border walls and refugee bans, and a rolling rebellion of teachers from coast to coast, all of us are fortunate to have a champion like Mandy Manning.
Zoe Hyde: "I had to get markers, crayons, pencils, tissues. All those supplies that you think are part of the education environment, I had to buy myself."
“This isn’t just a political issue, but a moral issue as well.”
“It’s tough for those in power to penetrate these alliances.”
The Yale Program on Climate Change (YPCCC) reported that in a national average, 78 percent of people polled responded they either somewhat or strongly agreed.
Instead of expressing a modicum of compassion for the special needs student, his teacher and a teacher’s aide incessantly derided the boy and his condition with open disdain.