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  1. Gregory Despain
    Aug 10, 2011 @ 16:33:14

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  2. Heidi Zeigler Twitchell
    Aug 12, 2011 @ 04:58:15

    “Parents are and always should be responsible for their children. Their job is to partner with the teachers and schools so that their children can be given the skills and knowledge that they cannot give. Schools should deal with academics and cultural experiences. Parents should deal with behaviour, mores, prejudice, respect, and responsibility. Parents should do their job and let the teachers do theirs.”

    “Arts-in-Education are crucial. They not only pass on and develop the culture of a nation, without which a nation dies, but also stimulate creativity. Innovation is the tool of the future. It is always what has made America great – from its innovative approach to governing to its vision of reaching the moon. Imagination has much more power than complacency. Look at your history. When nations stopped doing new things and just strove for more and more of the old, they declined.”

    Well stated Sharon, excellent interview questions, Stu. Thanks for recording the words of an educator / administrator who has her head on straight. Too bad she lives and works in Canada. Stu, book a flight for me too when you visit this fall. Make mine a one-way ticket (out of hell).

    ~ ’nuff said.


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