John is an Indiana native who moved to Oak Park in 1976. He served on the District 97 school board, coached youth sports and, more recently, retired from the law. That left him time to become a Wednesday Journal columnist and now a blogger. John has some pretty strong opinions about Oak Park and a wry way of putting them across. You won't want to leave his blog without leaving a comment of your own.
Sometime between Lascaux cave drawings and selfies, there were photographs. We had a camera. We took pictures of friends and family, essentially documenting our lives — holidays, birthdays, weddings, vacations and youth athletic contests.
Only the naive could have thought that Mr. Kavanaugh would not be a Supreme Court judge. Republicans do what they gonna do. Democrats do what they gonna do. After all of the month-long hullabaloo, we are where we were at the beginning. Something is wrong with this process.
A 10-hour documentary series focused on the minority student achievement gap is not likely to reveal solutions. The documentarian can cherry-pick 8 to 12 students, some teachers and a couple of administrators to tell stories from their point of view.
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