Wednesday, November 30, 2005


The Chopping Block

It didn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that the interviews of Kansas State Department of Education employees conducted by Kansas Education Commissioner Bob Corkins' transition team were a sign of bad things to come.

The purpose of the interviews was never clearly stated, at least until now.

“I don’t know what the commissioner will finally decide on. It (the report) might be fairly nuanced. We certainly didn’t go into this preparing anyone for the chopping block,” says G. Daniel Harden, the ultra-conservative Washburn University professor who will be paid $2,500 a month for three months to run the transition team.

For those naive folks who would take that at face value, just remember that science is religion, religion is science, vouchers are scholarships, and Corkins is Education Commissioner.


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