Tag Archives: Keith Deltano

On exceptions to “all”

Students, all students, should feel safe at school. All students should be protected from bullying. Comedian Keith Deltano demonstrates that the interpretation of “all” can carry exceptions, and that those exceptions can be made invisible through omission. In October 2011, Deltano … Continue reading

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Virginia just says no

The Washington Post reported on Tuesday that Governor Tim Kaine has eliminated state funding for federally mandated “abstinence-only” programs; Virginia now joins 13 other states that have rejected this kind of fake sexuality “education.” The premise here shouldn’t be hard … Continue reading

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Abstinence is not for everybody

From the Oxford (Ohio) Press: Guest speaker leads to note sent to Mason Middle parents By Richard Wilson Staff Writer Thursday, April 26, 2007 Mason school officials would have preferred that a guest speaker – invited to primarily talk about … Continue reading

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A little outsourcing problem

In today’s Washington Post, Marc Fisher asks of Montgomery County Public Schools the same question that needs to be asked of Loudoun County school officials: Okay, the game is revolting, and the group is gone — we got that. But … Continue reading

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How not to teach sexual responsibility

First of all, don’t pretend that everyone in the world is heterosexual. Since high school students are well aware that this isn’t the case, it’s a good way to lose credibility. Loudoun County High School yesterday had a mandatory assembly … Continue reading

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