August 17, 2009
Most of you probably know that I also write a lot of curriculum, especially for certain special states like Virginia, Ohio, Illinois, and my home state of Georgia. I have often said that if kids don't learn how things such as history, geography, politics, government, finance, etc. operate out their own back door [in their city, county, and state], it will be much harder for them to make heads or tales of how America and other countries operate in today's unique global world, a world where they are headed to try to make a living and a difference. I hear our new Georgia Experience curriculum is in great demand this back to school season. If you want to see more about this, go to www.georgiacurriculum.com. Writing a mystery is a lot easier than writing curriculum, by the way!