July 10, 2007 2 Comments
“The New York City school system is pushing far beyond the corridors of summer school in delivering free meals, handing out breakfast and lunch for the first time in housing projects, libraries, day camps and church groups to become one of the nations largest summer soup kitchens.” (New York Times, Tuesday)
It’s easier than teaching kids to read.
FEE Timely Classic
“The Origins of the Public School” by Robert P. Murphy