Category Archives: Madison schools

Has Madison given up on its public schools?

Can you spell apathy? Only 2 candidates for 3 school board seats! What a contrast with a year ago, when 10 candidates filed for 3 seats on Madison’s Board of Education (one of whom dropped out after filing paperwork), necessitating … Continue reading

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Here Madison schools go again?

Jennifer Cheatham, redux? In a school district obsessed by identity politics, the three finalists to become the next superintendent of Madison’s public schools fit the bill. The finalists are: •   Matthew Gutierrez, superintendent of a small school district in … Continue reading

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Talk big if you want; Blaska is out

Blaska is so NOT running for school board It will have to get worse before it gets better There’s a lot of brave talk on my NextDoor neighborhood social media. My neighbors are tired of their cars being stolen; their … Continue reading

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How dare you discipline my child!

No wonder the kid is screwed up This is the culture America’s Left has cultivated. This is the school board Madison elected. These are the teachers who have been undermined. The students who have been short changed. Because the policies … Continue reading

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Teachers are abused by low expectations

It’s not Act 10; its kids, their over-protective parents, and virtue-signaling administrators Julie Marburger was a school teacher at Cedar Creek, Texas, a suburb of Austin. She posted this on social media (H/T Greg L.) shortly before the end of … Continue reading

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No child left behind except U.S. school students

Maybe education ‘experts’ don’t know squat Here’s a shocker to all you Blaska Policy Werkes platinum subscribers: Common Core ain’t workin’.  One decade into this grand experiment, high school students in the U.S. are just as stupid as ever. No … Continue reading

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