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The Common Core: Follow the Money Edition

Erin Osborne, on her blog Honest Practicum, has an interesting chart linking Bill Gates and the many monetary machinations behind the Common Core Standards. It makes for an interesting visual.

How Bill Gates Bought the Common Core image

On a personal note, I’ve not posted anything new in a while. I’ve not dropped off the face of the earth, and I’ve not given up on the blog. I’ve been busy with the paying gigs. There’s some new stuff on the way.

5 Responses

  1. Fafulalu, stop trying to be an elitist academic wanker. Whether you like the film and media studies or not, it does help the economy with many graduates coming out to find work in the movie industry both here locally and overseas.

    12. July 2016 at 21:14

  2. Nice post and nice video find; makes me nostalgic to watch Young Kobe flying all over the place back in ’98. I was in 7th grade then and played playground basketball everyday. Starting around then, whenever somebody launched a crazy fadeaway, it switched from them calling out “Jooordaan” to “Kooobeee.”

    11. August 2016 at 22:23

  3. Ouais, on focalise méchamment sur le back-hand de Juju et le back-side de Serena. Assez sain quand même. A notre décharge, l’inverse serait une sorte de comble de la perversion.

    11. February 2017 at 15:22

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    14. February 2017 at 11:05

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