A Future Too Big To Fail: Using Corporate Thinking Corrupts The Classroom

Jose Vilson Jose 8 Comments

A few years ago, I read an article in Wired Magazine detailing the events that led up to the Market Crash of 2008-2009, wherein they pin down much of the blame on an elegant and seemingly infallible formula created by world renown mathematician David X. Li. Recounting the events that led up to the crash, the Wired article reads similar to every other well-intentioned idea: the creator thinks he or …

Duncan: "You're really gonna tell these people that? I'm so screwed."

Racing Requires Winners and Losers

Jose Vilson Jose 2 Comments

On face value, getting money for education from the government is awesome. As a left-leaning voter (with no party), I should celebrate the government’s intervention in boosting the value of our schools most in-need. I should be happy that within the last few months, New York State has garnered at least 520 million dollars in Obama aid from a purported “teacher” bill earlier this month (by my calculations) and another …