Remember back in your school days you’d walk into the classroom and your teacher would announce a “pop quiz.” This week I gave a group of men a pop quiz.
One of the things you learn whenever you go to school is how much you actually don’t know. I’ve spent thousands of hours reading novels for school and pleasure during
When Texas legislatures meet every two years, lawmakers’ singular, must-do assignment is to produce a state budget. Toward that goal, the Senate Finance Committee held meetings on Feb. 11, 12
I want to take an opportunity to express my gratitude to Mr. Knight and Lamesa Independent School District for welcoming me back as Principal of the Lamesa Success Academy. I am
He is about eight inches taller them me, which gives me a straight view up and into his nose. When he has the occasional booger – and who among us
For most of my adult life, I’ve bought into the “balance of nature” thing, perhaps ignited by reasonable absorption of elementary school “book learnin’” about plants, oxygen, carbon dioxide, tides
There is no doubt that there are a lot of differences between American and European education. And the reason is pretty obvious: we live in different parts of the world,
It’s amazing what the surgeons can do now a days. I have had friends who have had kidney transplants. I have a friend who is waiting on a lung transplant.
Highs and lows of Valentine’s Day I kind of have mixed feelings about Valentine’s Day. In my experience, it can be a wonderful or terrible holiday whether you’re single or
I never met Lance Bailey until after I moved to Lamesa over 16 years ago, but I knew about him – although not by name – since he was a kid