Selling Children

Neal Pollard In March of 2007, in Owensboro, Kentucky, a couple tried to sell the woman's 15-month-old daughter for $3000 and an SUV. The noble purpose behind this attempted transaction was "money to pay off [the boyfriend's] fines for previous criminal charges." Surprisingly, they denied the allegations and maintained their innocence, an effort that would … Continue reading Selling Children

Teachers’ Aids

Neal Pollard Several of our classes have assistants to the Bible class teacher.  She (or perhaps in select cases “he”) serves in a support role, helping students do handwork, find Bible verses, or occasionally keep order.  These are vital roles, and often a teacher’s aid later actually becomes a teacher.  Teachers’ aids are part of … Continue reading Teachers’ Aids

“Addressing The Huge Unmet Needs Of Young Children”

  Neal Pollard The philosophically liberal magazine, American Prospect, included an article in the January/February, 2014, edition, by Sharon Lerner entitled, "Starting Smart."  The article begins by asserting that there is almost universal support in the public, business, and political sectors for mandatory, universal Pre-K education.  Lerner, considering such broad favor, ardently calls for leveling … Continue reading “Addressing The Huge Unmet Needs Of Young Children”