Nanny, May I?
There is "a right way and a wrong way" in today's society in visitingMy question:
public schools and Mr. Spencer overstepped his authority in trying to
gain entrance to Media & Indian Lane Elementary schools. The (RTM)
superintendent Ms. Kerr should be commended in her decision to ignore
Mr. Spencer's unauthorized visit.
Just what authority does one need to visit a taxpayer-funded, government school in today's society, a note from some government bureaucrat?
On a nicer note:
Dear Gil,Dear Jim,
RTM officials certainly display a drastic, almost obsessive interest at protecting their students from what should be the crux of educating; questioning and developing a flare for independent thought. Or could it be based upon reading your Sunday, Sept. 6th piece entitled, Obama should listen as well as speak? I think your fictional "Tommy" touched an educational nerve.
Could it be that your Tommy exhibited too much independent thought? Certainly seemed out of whack from an RTM education. Keep it up Gil, it's fun to be annoying, isn't it?
Jim Bowman, a sometime Guest Columnist living in Fla
And I didn't even mean to annoying. Must be a gift.
UPDATE II: This just in... from petition organizer Chris Westcott:
Good article yesterday. I appreciate your attempt to contact Mrs. Kotch.My response:
Thanks Chris, will there be anything else.