Help Colorado Dominate The DonorsChoose Blogger Challenge 2008

Thanks to Micah Baldwin, a bunch of Colorado bloggers (including me) are putting up DonorsChoose widgets on their blogs.  Our goal in Colorado is to displace Fred Wilson as king of last years DonorsChoose technology blog category.

We’ve already got a bunch of great Colorado projects up on the DonorsChoose website.  To start things off on my blog, I just gave $200 to the Return To Technology project for Ms. E’s Classroom.  Look for the sidebar on the right of my main page or click through on the DonorsChoose website link.  Any amount helps – give up Starbucks for a week and join in with $25.

  • thumbs down for public education, i recommend people check out deliberatedumbingdown.com, the web site of charlotte iserbyt, a member of reagan's department of education, which discusses her proof of the govt's intention of using public schools to dumb down the public. public schools are about indoctrination, not education. for further evidence, see the web site of john taylor gatto, former new york state teacher of the year, at johntaylorgatto.com.

    instead those kids should drop out of school and work at starbucks, then with the money you give them for buying your coffee, they save up to get a computer and educate themselves about the wonders of technology. you get your overcaffeinated, unhealthy coffee, they get their healthy self-provided education. now that's what i call a philanthropic sacrifice! 🙂

  • thumbs down for public education, i recommend people check out deliberatedumbingdown.com, the web site of charlotte iserbyt, a member of reagan's department of education, which discusses her proof of the govt's intention of using public schools to dumb down the public. public schools are about indoctrination, not education. for further evidence, see the web site of john taylor gatto, former new york state teacher of the year, at johntaylorgatto.com.

    instead those kids should drop out of school and work at starbucks, then with the money you give them for buying your coffee, they save up to get a computer and educate themselves about the wonders of technology. you get your overcaffeinated, unhealthy coffee, they get their healthy self-provided education. now that's what i call a philanthropic sacrifice! 🙂