Friday, June 26, 2009

An argument for home schooling

In addition to the Faculty Senate, the Council of Principal Investigators is considering a motion of no confidence in the Chancellor.
The group of about 40 people represents about 2,500 members of the Texas A&M research community.
Why is this Council of Principal Investigators butting into A&M business. A&M doesn't even have a principal; do they think this is a High School? No wonder our public schools have problems - the folks who should be investigating principals are wasting their time potbanging about the universities.

And why are there so many of them? Vision 1920 sees a cost-cutting opportunity.

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