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Houston Independent School District combats drop-out danger with innovation

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  • ted boynton 5 years ago

    Britt, as much as I dislike your pro-education, liberal-teacher-establishment ways, I find your argument compelling. Could we get a counter-argument perhaps? I like the cut of your jib, young man, but I'm not convinced yet.

  • ted boynton 5 years ago

    Britt, as much as I dislike your pro-education, liberal-teacher-establishment ways, I find your argument compelling. Could we get a counter-argument perhaps? I like the cut of your jib, young man, but I'm not convinced yet.

  • Lwa'e' 5 years ago

    Why would a counter argument be necessary? This is a concise and factual piece. Not a debate. Journalism has a requirement to be truthful, not to explore all possible aspects and counter arguments of a subject.
    Well done Mr. Britt.

  • ted boynton 5 years ago

    Well, these so-called "opponents" are worried about the material these rapscallions are learning. Is it up to snuff? Is it the same three "R"s they'd be learning in class? Some of the teachers say no, but of course they're worried about becoming obsolete. More in-depth coverage!

  • Jane 5 years ago

    Why would one assume the writer was 'liberal-teacher-establishment'. The school district employees 'liberal-teacher-establishment' and no doubt promotes ideals reflective of that culture. The above comment by Mr. Boynton would be like accusing someone that reported 'the Nazi's are coming', of being a nazi.

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