(Response made earlier. Now reposted, with modifications). Wayne Bishop posted Jul 15, 2013 9:56 AM: > > Only one that I'm familiar with but it was one of the > big 3, along > with Columbia Teachers College and Stanford, about 15 > years ago, and > "for cause". The University had repeatedly warned it > that its > "research" was tainting the illustrious University in > spite of its > being a huge "cash cow" - you probably know about > "overhead" > associated with grants? They bought Stanford a > lovely huge yacht. > > However, I do wish you'd pick up that mirror and take > your own advice. > And I do wish, Professor Bishop, that you would read - and try to understand the response I had made to the very same request you had earlier made to me. (If required, I can search it out for you and give you the link).
As you have not previously understood the simple message, I repeat for you:
Your demand "BLOW UP THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION!" is the most utter foolishness that can be imagined. You know as well as I do that it will never happen so why do you keep repeating it? (Yes, I know it was Reid Lyon [reading research expert] who had apparently passed this wonderful bit of 'wisdom' on to you. That does not reduce its foolishness in any way).
- -- As a real recommendation it does not work: it can NEVER happen.