As I mentioned in an earlier post, we returned recently from the annual conference of the North Carolinians for Home Education. It is held the Thursday through Saturday before Memorial Day each year in Winston-Salem. Very smart, by the way, to have the conference in the same place each year. It’s centrally […]
Archive for June, 2005
From Michelle Malkin we get the story of a Marine who was not allowed to talk to Middle School students in Greene County, GA. Apparently, the Marine, Sgt. Zach Richardson, was a friend of one of the teachers at the school, Matthew Lund. Lund’s students had written letters to Richardson and some of […]
of Education is up here. I submitted my “Mouth Shut, Laptops Open” post. I appreciate its inclusion in the Carnival.
Speaking of education, Martin Cohn and Henry Mairson at Brandeis University have posted some cool poems on Logic, Proofs, and Theory of Computation. I’m especially fond of the “The Pumping Lemma.” The […]