And We’re Back . . . Time for Civil Disobedience 

After a brief delay, we’re back up and running with my new host, and yep, things are good.

We’re living in interesting times. Pearson is at it again, this time spying on students.

If you’d like to read about it, take a look at today’s Washington Post.


You can also take a look at the blogger who first broke this story here:


While Alabama doesn’t use PARCC, you can be assured that ACT is doing exactly the same thing. It’s time for civil disobedience.

"Children see magic because they look for it." --Christopher Moore, Lamb: The Gospel according to Biff, Jesus' childhood pal.


  1. Yes it is, and first that civil disobedience should be to opt out, or refuse, EVERY standardized test! Especially anything ACT or Pearson! And if that’s not enough, then opt out of public education. 7 hours a day, 5 days a week, 9 months out of the year? It may be a little late, but I’ve decided I can do better than that.

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