Should U.S. Colleges be graded by the government? - time magazine, April 28, 2014… Depends how they define “successful graduate” - graduation rates, or the jobs graduates get after college. The scary implications of grading a school by including graduation rate in the statistic, then having schools compete for ratings, is that schools would find ways to fail less students. Path of last residence would be to make classes easier and standards lower. I’m afraid this could result in more incompetent graduates, making a degree less useful and respected. Much like how teachers are often less respected than doctors, because it’s so much easier to get a teaching degree than a medical degree. What do you think?
A response from the home owner, usually a parent or grandparent, when one rejects their undesirable food options. African American Proverb: Black Parent Edition (via blackproverbs)
Well, a short edit of the word ain’t and sub aren’t; then add “children around the world would feel very lucky to have what you do” snarkily to the end, and you have a farm-kid family.