I think this might be some of the free curriculum mentioned in the previous Atlantic piece
Knowledge is required for reading comprehension. Most curriculums that focus on reading skills (but bounce all over the place) don’t give children an opportunity to build their base of knowledge and vocabulary. The children’s ability to grow in reading skills is limited by focusing on reading skills.
“The DCF has also launched a pilot program called Icebreakers, which is designed to create conversations between birth parents and foster parents within 10 days of a long-term foster care placement. The program will be implemented statewide in 2019.” That’ll be interesting to see.
What the constitution doesn’t say can be as important as what it does say.
I read about this a week ago and thought it was interesting in the context of what we had recently discussed. I was working my way through the Lord’s Prayer this morning and thought of it again.
No, Pope Francis Is Not Changing the Lord’s Prayer
Although I still like the savings plan, that is a good point about the estate tax part of it. I wouldn’t have expected a 65% rate – although it would also be interesting to see how many people with more than $100 million have signed up to Buffets plan to give it all away.
National Review: Senator Booker’s Terrible Tax Proposal.
An interesting plan. A technically none racial plan, that does something to address the racial wealth gap.
CNN: Not exercising worse for your health than smoking, diabetes and heart disease, study reveals.