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Predatory Purveyors of Pedagogy

Dear Diary, This line from an article in the Portland Press Herald encapsulates the points that I will undertake in my writing to you today:  “Corinthian Colleges once ran 107 campuses that served more than 100,000 students. It was a … Continue reading

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Fail Your Way to the Top and Get a Raise Too!

Have you heard about the new dance craze in America? All of the people over $150K earnings for upper administrative/management employment are shimmying and shadowing to the beat – it’s called the BEAT DOWN of those actually doing all of … Continue reading

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2 Million Light Years Away

The small center of my world fills up regularly with the misdeeds, Machiavellian calculations, and deceitful, closed-door chatter among a small group of elites. Continue reading

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Students attempting a peaceful protest were met by this.

This is how revolutions begin. A small group of elite administrators give themselves a huge pay increase while denying students, faculty, and staff. The story of City College of San Francisco is your story. If it hasn’t happened in your … Continue reading

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Viscosity of the Work Bubble

The semester officially began Jan. 10th, 2014, but I was working all through the Winter break preparing all classes with the new upgrade to Moodle 2.4.  Our online Learning Management System received a GIGANTIC facelift which is much more amazing … Continue reading

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“Give A Damn”

Give a Damn My friend and favorite songwriter, Monica Pasqual, gave me permission to post this song here.  Please listen to “Give A Damn” either before or after you read and close your eyes and take in what it means … Continue reading

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