Sunday, May 18, 2008

The Hannibal Lecter Memorial Fencing Legislation

Every once in a while the issue of school fencing comes up at Policy meetings. The idea is is repulsively inane that it will never survive a budget process until it has an aesthetic inertia that makes a whole lot more sense than what is becoming known as the Hannibal Lecter schoolscape thanks to critics such as James Howard Kunstler.

Here's a great TED lecture on why local control of school spaces is critical (note the Hannibal Lecter school scape most likely legislated by a brain-dead state agency in the name of security or accountability).

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