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More Education “Research”? The Imprudence of Implied Submission to Research Data Czars

More Education “Research”? The Imprudence of Implied Submission to Research Data Czars “If there is no God….free love is entirely defensible, and politics based on force is inevitable.” Bernard Iddings Bell in Crisis in Education, 1949 Again, we find ourselves … Continue reading

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When Darwin Comes to Dinner…

When Darwin Comes to Dinner… When Darwin comes to dinner, he comes to dine on the minds, bodies, senses and souls. When Darwin comes to dinner…. he comes to stay. He comes ushering in a gluttonous feast, reminiscent of other … Continue reading

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Data Defined, Defining and Designing: Minds, Values, Attitudes, for Servitude

Data Defined, Defining and Designing: Minds, Values, Attitudes, for Servitude Data: Beyond knowledge to control. The word “data” means many things to many people. Regardless of our current understanding of the term “data”, we all must expand our definitions to … Continue reading

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Assessments: The Mediation of a Nation

Assessments: The Mediation of a Nation Who says you can’t mass mediate?  Assessments. Evaluations. Surveys. Tests. Standards. Accountability. Reinforcement. Transparency. Leverage. Innovation? This list goes on and on; round and round on the “Education of the Nation” Merry-go-round. Humanists run … Continue reading

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Bowing in Babylon, aka: Liar, Liar-Pants on Fire?

Bowing in Babylon, aka: Liar, Liar-Pants on Fire? Bowing. To Bow or not to bow? That is the question. Bowing. How far can one bend, and technically not be “bowing?” As Christians surface from their burrows to realize the landscape … Continue reading

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