Better Schools

One of my close friends is a teacher with many years of classroom and administrative experience. She came to KICE (Kangaroo Island Community Education) with a long history of developing positive relationships with parents, writing and implementing thoughtful and interesting programmes, and helping her students to achieve high academic standards. She is one of those rare …

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Government Schools – More Than Passively Bad

An interesting article from Kelsey Grammer’s Rightnetwork from a home schooling journalist. Just a sample: Academically, we couldn’t help but observe that  our fourteen-year-old son was made to watch My Big Fat, Greek Wedding in English class because they’re supposed to be studying Homer — and Homer’s Greek, you know; or notice that he’s seen …

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