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Re: That mythical "core of good ideas"



what is the clinically correct term for those who use punishment as a motivational means to coerce students and schools into producing desired academic results?


That would be from the latin: richardum millsus.
>From the root words meaning unbending bonehead

bc
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In a message dated 11/3/2002 6:10:45 PM Eastern Standard Time, aflanigan@COMCAST.NET writes:



what is the clinically correct term for those who use punishment as a motivational means to coerce students and schools into producing desired academic results?


Politicians.

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