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“In the 1950s when automobile injuries disturbed the national conscience, we didn’t abolish cars; we made it safer to drive them."

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There is more than enough travel and exposure opportunity for schools here in Michigan and Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Ontario and Wisconsin. 

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We educate the whole child; and the whole world wants what we do.

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Posted in: Perspective
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If I were to listen only to coaches of one sport or another, I’m likely to learn about issues that affect that sport, but not much about issues that affect other sports, or affect schools as a whole. 

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21

What most negatively affects the administration of the existing transfer rule is the reluctance of administrators and coaches to report directly the violations they observe personally.

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As schools have consolidated during the past two generations, many of the towns that lost their schools have also lost their identity and much of their vitality. 

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Now, with attention to over-use injuries and burnout, sport specialization has become a health and safety crisis on the level . . .

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You want to rebuild Michigan? Then start with neighborhoods, at the center of which will be a grocery store and a school . . .

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Posted in: School of Choice
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