01/14/2008 | 9:33 am
Are stressed out teachers more likely to expel students?
Is the mafia involved in tennis match rigging? (Earlier)
Is grass the best source of ethanol? (Earlier)
Is Rock, Paper, Scissors the best way to pick a president?
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I don’t know about the Mafia’s involvement in tennis, but I think they were behind the Cowboys loss yesterday!
Maybe I missed where it was addressed, but wouldn’t having a student worthy of expulsion in your class make a teacher more stressed out?
I missed that too Karl. The correlations were stress and high student/teacher ratios, and longer days.
So the findings were if we have bad kids, more of them, and longer days, they’re more likely to be expelled. hmmmm…….
Considering the increase in miles driven and the lowered death rates on roadways how many lives have been saved since “Unsafe At Any Speed” by Ralph Nader first place the light on auto deaths?
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