That’s the pecerft insight in a thread like this.
Nice guy, but if he doesn’t want to be here, so be it. The Ads are not the first team he’s bailed on, so no big surprise. We’re a developmental team. Now we have a spot for a new guy to get his break and shine.
1) Tracking.2) Single-sex classrooms in grades 6-10.3) Vocational training. Including work-force apprenticeships in both office/clerical and manufacturing.4) Harder, but ultimately still important is allow IQ testing and remove the other incentives for employers to overly rely on credentialism instead as a proxy.As they say, there’s nothing new under the sun. It is basically all the things that worked wonderfully and saw us through the golden age of the industrial revolution, but were scrapped as “unfair” by the education theorists over the 60’s.
6. Urban Decay Vice Palette – $59, on sale for $47.20 This is a really good mix of brights and neutrals, and it’s almost as much fun as the 15th Anniversary palette. You get 20 shades and a nice double ended brush, too! You can see my review here.
This is gorgeous Lisa, thank you so much. I’m going to print out a couple and put them in the kitchens at work – there are so many sour-faced people there that I’m sure they need cheering up xx
Congratulations to the winner! I don't blame you for having a rant at the candy grabbers Mandy. Now calm down, have a nice cuppa and relax.LOL. Don't forget to come and checkout my birthday blog candy, just leave a comment for a chance to win.Hugs Hazel xx
You’re all winners in my book! Barbara, I have a mailing list just for book clubs. I hope to have it up and running in the next couple of days.Yasmin, if you select the subscribe to blog posts link in the right navigation panel, there is an option for email delivery of blog posts. I guess I need to make that clear.Okay, y’all, don’t just hang around this posts. I’ve added lots of good stuff for you to explore.Thanks, y’all.
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