I’ve been saying these same things for some time now.
The Ethics Sage Discusses the SAT Changes Steven Mintz, better known as the Ethics Sage has some criticism of the changes in the SAT’s. Please read his work and go […]
Chris MacDonald Discusses Business Ethics and Bribery A long term blogger on business ethics matters, Chris MacDonald here speaks of the need for international business standard. Please read his post […]
“Test taking factories” are less educational institutions and more cash cows for the testing industry.
A Post from My Friend, Dan Bodine One of the pleasures of having a web site is the opportunity to bring other works to the my readers. Here is a […]
Chinese banks in the rural interior are putting money in their buildings’ windows. This is to indicate to their depositors that there is no need to draw all there money out because, well, there it is.
Saving Bats is Good Economics The fledermaus, flying mouse, known in English as bats are a controversial animal. The word I most commonly hear used in a description is “icky.” […]
What I Am Reading Today! Revealed: The insane delusions fueling rich conservatives’ temper tantrums http://www.salon.com/2014/03/25/revealed_the_insane_delusions_fueling_rich_conservatives_temper_tantrums_partner/ The Koch brothers are dead wrong: Half of America is living in or near poverty […]
Gender Gap in the Developing World The article below says that women in the developing world have less access to technology than the men. Why should this concern us? The […]
David Yamada posts regularly on workplace bullying. He is a skillful advocate for reform who has a lot to say. Please read his post and sign up for more.