(Hours 2b,3a) Rich talked about Senate Bill 193. He pointed out the opinion of James Madison and the Founding Fathers concerning education and addressed the educational system that requires conformity. He addressed the criticisms of alternative methods of learning and spoke about the government’s system in teaching children, before taking a call from Eddy in Manchester, who inquired about the drawbacks to STEAM education. Tune in to get all of the details!
(Hour 3a) Rich started the hour by talking about Superintendent Bolgen Vargas, pointing out that he informed the Manchester School Board that he would like to remain as the Superintendent in the next year. He then returned to his discussion about SB193. He shared that the educational funds could be beneficial to schools in the Manchester School District and more.