Monthly Archives: April 2013

Truth Management Manipulates Beliefs

Since the earliest days of civilization “truth management” has been practiced by governments, religions, and powerful organizations to further their own interests. Today, the practice of truth management has proliferated to organizations throughout the United States, including Mississippi. Envision a … Continue reading

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Reading Reform Weakened

“Transformational change” said Governor Phil Bryant, thanking the Legislature for enacting key elements of his “Education Works” agenda. “I thank the Legislature for working with me to raise the bar for public education and create transformational change for our children,” … Continue reading

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PERS Allowed to Take Higher Risks

While you were sleeping the Governor and Legislature gave PERS authority to make higher risk investments with retirement funds. House Bill 990, introduced by the vice chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, Mac Huddleston of Pontotoc, and co-sponsored by committee … Continue reading

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Teacher Standards in Dispute

Governor Phil Bryant ruffled feathers when he dinged the IHL Board for not supporting his new teacher education entrance standards. “That was quite a tantrum Gov. Phil Bryant pitched at the College Board recently, criticizing its members for voicing concerns … Continue reading

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