She has a degree in science. Not many American science teachers can say the same. I wonder, though, what the quality of her degree is.
posted on 08/20/2007 4:54:45 PM PDT
(My book is out. Read excerpts at http://www.thejusticecooperative.com)
I find these shortages of qualified American workers way too hard to swallow.
posted on 08/20/2007 4:56:51 PM PDT
She thought it an ideal match: She'd bring her degree in science where it's needed and gather experience working with a diverse student population to help achieve her goal of advocating for multicultural education at home.
It would seem that diversity, like all liberals, is more important than science.
posted on 08/20/2007 5:09:29 PM PDT
(You think it's bad now - wait till the anchor babies start to vote.)
She’ll probably do as good a job as most of the whining liberal moaners we have teaching today.
posted on 08/20/2007 5:41:05 PM PDT
Not many American science teachers can say the same. I wonder, though,
what the quality of her degree is.
She could be really good.
But there is variability with science folks from the PIs.
(just like with our home-growns!)
One grad student I knew was very capable and skilled.
Another one I know was earnest, but behind the curve in lab work.
Took her some time to learn how to use a simple Gilson pipetter...
as she'd never seen such a thing back home.
posted on 08/21/2007 10:34:08 AM PDT
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