Friday Fish Porn – Small Edition!

Fordham’s Mike Petrilli is not afraid to go small.  When almost no one else would defend Virginia’s really small expectations for students, Petrilli rushed into the breach.  Federal role in education? These days he wants small.  School size?  He likes ‘em small. So, I wasn’t too surprised to see this picture come across my desk.  That’s not bait, it’s a catch.

But credit where it’s due. In the end there is nothing small about this picture.  Why? The most important thing in this picture – he’s taking his kids fishing. Great way to spend time on a few levels and a great chance to get outside.

All past fish porn via this link.

2 Responses to “Friday Fish Porn – Small Edition!”

  1. PhillipMarlowe Says:

    Hurray for Boston Public Schools!
    ?????

    Say you’re the Boston Globe and you’ve spent the better part of the last decade railing against the city’s overpaid teachers and their 9,00025,000 page union contract. Backed by a mini-squadron of corporate shills, your warnings against the state of the city’s public schools have grown increasingly shrill. Now say some really good news arrives in the form of national test scores showing that Boston students have made jaw-dropping gains in math and reading since 2003. What do you do? You give this great news story the real estate it deserves bury it.

    http://edushyster.com/?p=688

  2. jeffrey miller Says:

    Great link Phillip, thanks. Word up. Too bad the strikeouts in the Globe story didn’t make the transfer to this site. But hey, everyone should just go to that link and spread it around.

    In the media world, the bleed is the lede. Now, with moar kittez!

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