Sunday, October 14, 2012

Cartoon: Meet Your Education Policy Makers At The Federal And State Level



Cartoon by Robert Rendo.

Robert Rendo gives free and permanent license to anyone who wishes to use this image in their literature, tweets, websites, blogs, etc. to fight the corporate education reform agenda and to restore public education to educators and cognitive scientists who are maintaining the same fight. While Robert Rendo retains copyright, he encourages everyone to use the free permanent license to utilize the image as advocacy. The sole condition for usage is that the name "Robert Rendo" is credited for the illustration. This notice of free licensure can be used as well and is equally encouraged. If image obtainment is a problem for the reader, please e-mail Robert Rendo at artwork88@aol.com, and he will e-mail the image in any file format the user requests.

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  1. Robert Rendo gives free and permanent license to anyone who wishes to use this image in their literature, tweets, websites, blogs, etc. to fight the corporate education reform agenda and to restore public education to educators and cognitive scientists who are maintaining the same fight. While Robert Rendo retains copyright, he encourages everyone to use the free permanent license to utilize the image as advocacy. The sole condition for usage is that the name "Robert Rendo" is credited for the illustration. This notice of free licensure can be used as well and is equally encouraged. If image obtainment is a problem for the reader, please e-mail Robert Rendo at artwork88@aol.com, and he will e-mail the image in any file format the user requests.

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  2. Aint it de troof tho? I wonder why none of us ever asks if they don't have any education experience because of the obvious answer : they aren't interested in education. only making money. If I wanted to make money I'd get an education that would prepare me to work on Wall St or as a lawyer or a lobbyist. As I was interested in teaching I went the ed route but I don't have th enatural arrogance to parachute into Wall St. and start telling everyone what they are doing wrong and pointing out how to do it the right way. In their endless search for buried treasure they have turned their guns on education dollars. We're supposed to believe they give a rat's ass about education, kids or schools. Teacher's unions interfere with maximizing their profits so they invent an industry that is aimed at attacking, vilifying and firing teachers. They are a joke.

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