As they say, "If the only thing you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail."
I fully agree. However, I must point out that sometimes the thing you're looking at actually is a nail
I like to see sunshine and blue skies at least 250 days a year.
I think you'd like Yuma, AZ
Its not computers, magnet schools, charter schools, teacher pay, higher taxes or any of those even when statistics sometimes hint at showing otherwise. The commonality is involved parents who help their kids when struggle, demand they toe the line when they get hardheaded, and have expectations for success
My inclination is to agree, but I'd really like to see some data to support this claim
I'm not comfortable applauding corporations for protecting their bottom line and neither should anyone else be.
If I were a shareholder (I'm not) , I'd definitely consider applauding Google's protection of their bottom line