Florida Commissioner of Education Tony Bennett resigned on Thursday after he was accused of changing a grading system while serving as Indiana school superintendent so that a Republican donor's charter school would not receive bad marks, <a href="http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/08/01/3535902_p2/amid-grading-controversy-florida.html">according to <Em>The Miami Herald</em></a>.
My alternative title to this post would have been something like This is why education is not a business. Except that in this case, it's not merely business interfering with children's education. It's a cult masquerading as a religion; specifically,
Liberal Values: A historical anachronism? Yeah. Just like Lott? Not hardly. But it is amusing that Michael (Injun) Steele is calling for Reid's resign
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