Monthly Archives: July 2015

TT #9 – “College-Centric” Schools

For purposes of this posting, Traditionalist Teacher is going to coin a term that is not found in the dictionary – college-centric. This term refers to the fact that seemingly every high school in the country sees its primary job

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TT #8 – Five Reasons that Conservatives Get it Wrong on Education

Without any question, education is the most thoroughly socialist aspect of American life, and has been for at least the half-century that Traditionalist Teacher has been involved – as student and teacher – in it. It is a virtual monopoly

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TT #7 – Expectations

As an in-class project, Traditionalist Teacher and some students prepared a list of expectations that the public has of the public schools.  That list is truly impressive.  It is reprinted below: Public Expectations of Public Schools Teach students English, Math,

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