Tag Archive | "no child left behind"

Can’t Afford to Invest in Education? Good Luck to Our Future

Saturday, January 29, 2011

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This week, the Washington Post reported on a top-performing school in Montgomery County, Maryland that is failing under the warped guidelines of No Child Left Behind. It reminded me of a post I wrote about a year ago after …

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Where in the World is PunditMom?

Friday, May 21, 2010

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Where am I hanging out today?  You can find me: Pondering Sarah Palin’s claim that she’s the face of the “new” feminism at my weekly column, Speaker of the House. Trying to get my head around the fact that …

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Mothers of Intention — Jen of one plus two, If You Build It They Will Come

Monday, June 15, 2009

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Welcome to this week’s installment of Mothers of Intention. This week, my special guest is one of my fellow MOMocrats and world adventurer Jen from one plus two. Jen and her family moved to the jungle recently to pursue …

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Fair Pay and Health Care for Kids are Closer to Reality

Friday, January 23, 2009

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As I started to write this post, I realized I was at a bit of a loss. I love writing about fair pay for women, health care for children and better schools, but I just couldn’t help wondering why there’s …

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You Child’s Strengths — One Way to Overcome No Child Left Behind

Monday, March 17, 2008

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Education isn’t getting much play in the 2008 presidential election coverage. I suspect that with all the hoopla around the politics of politics, as well as the state of the economy, the Iraq war and Eliot Spitzer’s future career

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