On Jul 3, 2014, at 3:34 AM, GS Chandy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> What the stakeholders need to do is to learn how to *integrate* the good ideas that they already have with them. What they need (but do not have) is an effective means to *integrate* their evailable good ideas.
Ok, why then do you think this is possible? If the stakeholders can?t come to a consensus on the *best* strategy for education in a democracy, why would they do so with OPMS or any other method? It seems that leaving your child?s future in the hands of the *stakeholders* is something to be avoided.
> Further, RH has made the following remarkable comment: >> >> (RH): We (here) want >> something much better than that for our children. >> >> Bob Hansen >> > This comment from RH would be funny if it wasn't so sad. He seems to be IMPLYING that it is only US parents that want "something better" for their children - parents in other parts of the world do not!!!
I meant here on this forum. It is evident that those participating in this forum want something better for their kids, than the current education system offers.