Tagged: education

SAT SATURDAY

SAT Saturday

SAT Saturday Guest Post by Tom Baugh Yesterday, we took our homeschooled 15-year old daughter to take the SAT in Statesboro on the campus of Georgia Southern. The turnout was enlightening, 80% or more...

have you figured out why school is just wrong

Why are school events newsworthy?

Why are school events newsworthy? Ever. From local fish-wraps (especially) all the way up the “news” spectrum – we find it strange that anything related to schools should ever be much news at all....

act your age video

Act your age!

Act your age: Infantile behavior film You gotta love this. An “instructional” video from the late 1940’s about how kids (immature teens to be exact), should behave. I found this to be quite interesting....

Math Wizard moves in Hoboken NJ

MathWizard

MathWizard moves in Hoboken, NJ Here’s a brief administrative update. Less than two years after opening, kid’s math tutoring facility MathWizard had recently moved from 1200 Grand Street over to 800 Madison Street. Exciting,...

Is free market schooling possible today

Making schooling a free market

Is it possible to make schooling a free market? The post we published recently about public pensions got me thinking. Public schooling takes up a HUGE percentage of government budgets across the board. And...