Reposted with permission by Lynn Stoddard Inasmuch as some legislators are now calling for “higher student performance” before they will allocate more funding for education, why don’t we change graduation requirements so that more Sterling Scholars can emerge? At the present time, our subject-based system of credits and grades allows for only a small percentage […]

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The strongest leverage point in the education of our youth is to build up their parents! Education systems that attempt to “overcome” the influence of the family are common place and detrimental to society! The family unit is taking a beating on all sides. It’s time to not only “Defend the Family” but to educate […]

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