With my first day back to work tomorrow, your humble blogger undertakes a “dry run” today and gets up far earlier than has been his custom. Report: the outside world is prettier at this time of day, but the coffee doesn’t seem to be working.
Despite my bleary-eyed lack of wakefulness, I was all set to plunge, delve, and muck about more deeply into the recently released standardized test scores, but notice the subgroup specifics aren’t out yet. I’m sure readers are devastated that your humble blogger’s penetrating analysis has, therefore, been delayed as well. If I’m mistaken, someone please hip me as to where to find these figures. From looking around, it would appear those numbers didn’t appear last year until September 15th. Now that I think about it, I believe I remember griping about that fact back then. But with this waking up so early my brain is even more unreliable than normal. That’s quite unreliable.
Meanwhile, the APS website is even lousier than I remember it being. For instance, check out the Research, Development & Accountability (RDA) page. Better yet, don’t check it out, unless you want to read through documents like:
which are featured at the top of the RDA site, while no mention of any 2007 test scores can be found, anywhere. By the way, I seriously doubt that APS or anyone has a copyright on
thus making this title available for use in your next Master’s Thesis, explanation of sexual topics with your small children, and excuses to spouses about your whereabouts. “Honey, the truth of the matter is that last Friday night I was doing some:
Okay, time for another pot of French Roast. Does anybody know of a socially acceptable drug stronger than coffee, but without the deleterious effects of meth? I’m just asking, as they say.