Monthly Archives: January 2009

RECONSIDERING MATH INVESTIGATIONS IN PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY — PART 2

This is the second part of a three-part series on how the Prince William County School Board dealt with Math Investigations at its January 21 meeting.  In Part 1, we listed the arguments of teachers and principals in defense of … Continue reading

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FLOOD OF AID? DROWNING IN A RESCUE?

By now everyone who wants to know knows the House approved President Barack Obama’s stimulus package. In a swift victory for President Barack Obama, the Democratic-controlled House approved a historically huge $819 billion stimulus bill Wednesday night with spending increases … Continue reading

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PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE – JANUARY 26, 2009 MEETING HIGHLIGHTS

In spite of many problems, this was a surprisingly upbeat meeting.  In week that preceded it, we had inaugurated a new president, a Democrat, and our new president had swiftly begun his unraveling of the accomplishments of the last administration. … Continue reading

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DID YOU SEE THIS BEFORE THE LAST ELECTION?

HOW COME YOU DID NOT SEE THIS VIDEO BEFORE THE LAST ELECTION?

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RECONSIDERING MATH INVESTIGATIONS IN PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY — PART 1

Because of the continuing controversy over Math Investigations, the Chair of the Prince William County School Board decided to put the following item on the agenda of the last School Board meeting. Opt In Option for Traditional Math in Elementary … Continue reading

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