Maurice Thompson of the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law, filed reply’s on Monday addressing comments made by Gov Kasich and others.
In his reply, “The Controlling Board cannot do what the legislature cannot or will not do,” Thompson continued. “And what the legislature did not and would not do, even after months of robust debate, was appropriate [Obamacare] Medicaid expansion funds.”… Continue reading
This week, the Massachusetts Board of Education voted to delay implementation for two years while it compares the Common Core aligned Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) tests to their existing—and widely praised—Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) exam.
As Toledo Public Schools ramps up Common Core, we again ask; Are you blinded by the funding? How will this be implemented? How will the transition occur? What will it cost? How will it impact our eduction system…. Continue reading
This is our response to the article by Jeff Gerritt, The Toledo Blade.
Mr Gerritt says; “What ..bothers me, …in a country that still celebrates the frontier spirit, we’re becoming a nation of cowards and neurotics, gripped and governed by exaggerated fears of other people, especially people unlike ourselves.” We couldn’t agree with this any more, but maybe from different angle … Continue reading
Over the past several months, we’ve received numerous letters and phone calls from Teachers across NW Ohio, including TPS, Anthony Wayne, Swanton, and Oregon schools, thanking us for bringing information about Common Core (CCSS) to public attention. In every case, we fully respect their request not to expose their names or schools, as they fear retribution from their School Districts for speaking out against Common Core. Teachers, Administrators, Students, and Parents are voicing concerns as to what CCSS is, how it came to be, what will it cost. No one has evaluated it, yet, TPS and other NW Ohio Districts are completely embracing it…. Continue reading
Is Toledo City Council unfairly targeting a private business. Has Toledo City council looked at all the facts. Council President Paula Hicks-Hudson and Councilman Rob Ludeman are trying to pass this next council meeting on Tuesday, November, 19th of 2013 is….. Continue reading
This week, the International Association of Machinists rejected the latest offer from Boeing Aircraft. Boeing Aircraft Company immediately announced it will be investigating the possibility of relocating the 777 assembly plant from its lifelong location in Everett Washington…. Continue reading
Rep Kaptur just voted NO to a law that would allow you and I to keep our coverage (HR-3350). Rep Kaptur is keeping her coverage, yet she voted NO on allowing us to keep our coverage!
As millions of Americans find their Healthcare Insurance is being cancelled, in spite of the promise of Rep Kaptur. The House of Representatives today put up a bill that would make it law, we could keep our insurance…. Continue reading