> > This cannot be easy for you to understand, but to > to the extent I have a pedagogical agenda it is > extremely limited. I am not aware of any web site
I didn't say "pedagogical". I want to know what your ideology is. Point me to your manifestos, as I'm sure they're out there. What heros do you worship? Please describe your version of utopia, in which the good guys have already won.
> that carries "my agenda" and if such a site existed > it would have to be the most boring on earth. But,
I don't care if boring. Show me. If you don't have at least some vision of a better future, then what are you offering. Please go into some detail regarding your preferred future New York.
> as I said, I will try to explain this in a new > thread. > > > > No evolution didn't you say? > > No, I did not say. > > > And no algebra above the 4th grade level. > > Nope, not me. I want plenty of algebra above the > the 4th grade, with easy and open access --- for > everyone who wants it.
Here're some of your earlier statements:
I have been arguing for two days that getting rid of evolution is a small price to pay if we can also get rid of Intelligent Design.
If this fight were about a good science education, then I am telling you we could have a lovely science curriculum with no biology, at all. Without biology it would be a less than perfect curriculum, to be sure, but it could be a pretty darned good one.
So now you are arguing my point? Now I am really confused. Perhaps you have forgotten that I am the one arguing that math should stop being a required subject after grade 4. (I could be persuaded to make it a requirement up through grade 8.)