Dear Mr. Parker: Under guidelines issued by the Federal Trade Commission, truth in advertising demands that when “consumers see or hear an advertisement, whether on the Internet, radio or television, or hard copy, that ad must be truthful, not misleading, and, when appropriate, backed by scientific evidence.” With that in mind, I suggest you hire… Read More
The Augusta County, VA school board banned the use of ChapStick in schools because of the fear that students will share their ChapStick and spread disease to other students. If the student gets a note from a doctor that the ChapStick is necessary then the Chap Stick, now your ChapStick is in the possession of… Read More
Learn more about the Debate Over Common Core This article is from the book “The Education Revolution” that begins a series of posts about the desperate need to replace the current educational process with a new educational process that’s responsive to the needs of the individual student, teachers, parents and administrators. Hint: The Common Core… Read More
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