Category Archives: School

Tutorial

I used to learn from Dad and friends and books – instructors taught me lessons now and then – but Dad misplaced his mind, and grown it looks like friends have given up and don’t intend to add to knowledge. … Continue reading

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Reunion

Matriculating 50 years ago, the season of reunion has arrived. I went to two high schools, and so I know too many overall, too few archived to render tender time together now, so I declined attending either drill. But I … Continue reading

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Sociology

It was about a quarter century ago, when Del got sued. The subpoena came as a total surprise, but she understood the complaint, somewhat, after she got past the scary solemn phrases. A client had undergone a pension audit, and … Continue reading

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Leisure

He wants the best in schooling for his kid. She claims this place is good, although the scene did not promote the urge to learn, or rid her son of lassitude. What do they mean? By what forgetful fit are … Continue reading

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Textbook

Remember how they taught us history? They made us memorize assorted dates, built propaganda out of mystery, and forced curricula this student hates. But even dumpsites tend to hold some jewels – I learned to learn or else repeat mistakes, … Continue reading

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School Lesson

Don’t blame the school. It makes you seem a fool, and caps you as a foil and a dunce. That place was neither enemy nor tool for ripening – observe it right for once. Don’t search for good in your … Continue reading

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Field Trip on BART

We stop in downtown Berkeley, and the car is overrun by youngsters out of school. Invaders of the quiet – that they are – who tripping to the field obey the rule of buddies and the principal request: “You guys, … Continue reading

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