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Studies flunk class-size reduction

October 17, 2012 By admin. (Cross-posted from Union Watch.) Oct. 17, 2012 By Larry Sand It’s time to “just say no” to the small class-size pushers and eliminate seniority as a staffing mechanism. Small class size means less work for teachers. Parents seem to think that their child will be better educated in a room with fewer classmates. Unions love fewer kids in a class because it equates to a larger w...

Gov. Brown should get Esquire’s Dubious Achievement Award

October 17, 2012 By admin. Oct. 17, 2012 By Wayne Lusvardi Esquire magazine once gave out an annual Dubious Achievement Awards as a running gag for unintentional humor, but discontinued it in 2008. Esquire should revive and give it to Gov. Jerry Brown’ for his interview, titled “What I’ve Learned,” in its November issue. Brown’s interview was not a direct pitch for his tax increase proposal on the N...

Cal State teachers ‘bulldogging’ for Prop. 30

October 17, 2012 By admin. Oct. 16, 2012 By Katy Grimes Even after California State University instructors received a mild rebuke for campaigning for Proposition 30 during class time, Gov. Jerry Brown is now making rounds to the state’s colleges and universities trying to convince students to vote for his tax increase ballot measure. Despite the rebuke, state college instructors and professors continue to ...

Katy Grimes dissects Prop. 31

Katy Grimes dissects Prop. 31
October 16, 2012 By admin. Oct. 16, 2012 By Brian Calle's Capitol reporter, Katy Grimes, describes what's really going on with Proposition 31, a budget initiative.  ...
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