Tag Archives | EBSCO

Beware “Consent Agenda”

Long gone are the days when parents could choose a school district based on values, reputation, and curriculum. All public school districts are pretty much the same now. Local control has disappeared because we were so trusting, and sadly, too many parents are still disengaged. Earlier this year, Mesa Public Schools (MPS) slipped a purchase […]

Continue Reading 0

Dollars for Data

One of the easiest and under-the-radar opportunities to sneak obscene materials onto schoolchildren’s screens is through school or city library data bases. This has been occurring for years. Now that kids are forced to stare at computers most days since overpaid teacher union leaders tell us children are dangerous, our society needs to take a […]

Continue Reading 2

EBSCO and School Libraries

We often hear conversations among parents about the amount of time our youth spend on computers.  It used to be a novelty for kids to have an hour or two each to play video games and then they would be kicked off to go play outside or read a book, a real book, not one […]

Continue Reading 1