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Adult Books: “Reign of Error”

Reign of Error by Diane Ravitch It’s one thing to say we are going to better educate American kids, bringing them all to the top of the pack. While any logical person might wonder how 100% of children can be … Continue reading

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That Used to Be Us–looking outward and forward III

That Used to Be Us—Links on looking to the future Last thoughts on how the book connects to educators Places to find more information I’ve created three posts on where to look while we think about how we are changing—guideposts … Continue reading

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“Crunch Time”

“Crunch Time” by Mariah Fredericks Mrs. M in our English Department recommended this novel to me, and I just finished it. “Crunch Time” is the story of Max, Daisy, Leo and Jane, who, though very different and socially isolated from … Continue reading

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