Education Reform: a Blog of Cartoons by a Nationally Board Certified Teacher

Education Reform: a Blog of Cartoons by a Nationally Board Certified Teacher.

These are very worth checking out!  Funny, yet scary-true.

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3 thoughts on “Education Reform: a Blog of Cartoons by a Nationally Board Certified Teacher

  1. Dear Plain Satisfactions,

    Thank you very much for veiwing and even posting my education reform blog. My name is Robert Rendo, and I’m the publisher and illustrator. I intend for my work to look on the surface rather looney and silly, but yet, after digesting it within seconds, the messages are indeed grave.

    It’s interesting how we preceive the work similarly.

    Thank you for your interest in the blog. Education issues are indeed impacting children and parents just as much, if not more, than teachers.

    I hope you’ll consider joining Parents Across America to continue your parent voice in the policy making decisions of so many legislators who are not educators or people who even send their own children to public school.

    Best wishes for the new year,
    Robert Rendo
    artwork88@aol.com

    • Thank you Robert for your very witty illustrations! I’m sorry your comment was delayed in finding its way here… it was deemed spam by Word Press… how dare they? 🙂 Our “voices” in all of their forms are so important to spread the message about what’s happening with education reform. Your illustrations speak mountains and I greatly admire your work!

  2. Dear Ms. Dbpigtail,

    You’re welcome, and I thank you for your kind comment on the artwork.

    If I may, I’d like to give you and your readers a friendly reminder that ALL images on the blog are free for the taking and are encouraged to be lifted and used in one’s advocacy literature. I grant a free license to anyone who is like minded like us.

    SIncerely and with solidarity,
    Robert Rendo
    http://thetruthoneducationreform.blogspot.com/?view=snapshot

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