Monthly Archives: July 2012

High Stakes Testing and the Death of the Renaissance Man

At our last board meeting, the SCSD #1 Board of Trustees joined other school districts and organizations around the nation in passing a National Resolution Against High Stakes Testing.  This resolution may be the long-awaited response (symbolic as it may be) … Continue reading

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The (Mathematical) Value of Strategic Planning

Winston Churchill said that a fanatic is one that can’t change his mind and won’t change the subject.  I guess that makes me a strategic planning fanatic.  I believe in it that much.  And I have good reason to believe … Continue reading

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