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The headline is totally counterintuitive....yes, I know that.The longer I've studied education, the more I was shocked by how destructive most theories and methods are.It's a lot like going to a…Continue
The weirdest event in American history Is the elimination of phonics and the introduction of an unworkable method known as Whole Word.
This happened in 1931. Flesch explained the whole fraud in 1955. But here we are sixty years later still wallowing in this swamp.
Illiteracy Is the biggest problem in our schools. It's also the easiest to fix. Eliminate sight-words. Restore…Continue
My new American Thinker article is a quick recap of Rudolf Flesch's famous "The Big Alibis." Forty years old but still the latest news!
Many comments from parents give stark view of K-12 today.
K-12: Ten Lies Teachers Tell You…Continue
In the last few years, I've become more and more fascinated by the silence of the media.
The public needs to know what's going on in the classrooms. The media won't tell them.
Look in the typical newspaper. It will tell you how to cook a fish. It will tell you where to find a tattoo artist. It will tell you which Chevrolet is a good…Continue
Normally, teachers feel forced to defend their institutions. They don't speak very candidly.
But Quora found a way to obtain more honest reactions. Someone asked the question: What are the most appalling things about today's students?