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Adult Books for Teens: “Between the World and Me”

Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates   “This is your country, this is your world, this is your body, and you must find some way to live within the all of it.” Often books have an opening sentence–or … Continue reading

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That Used to Be Us–looking outward and forward II: books

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 want to create three posts on where to look while we think about how we … Continue reading

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“That Used to Be Us: Part IV–Political Failure” (back to our staff reading)

Back to our staff reading–this is Part IV of fives parts of That Used to Be Us.  Part I Part II Part III Part IV: Political Failure No one ever admits they do anything wrong. At least not on Capitol … Continue reading

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“That Used to Be Us: Part II: The Education Challenge”

Part II: The Education Challenge Teachers who are overwhelmed should try to make time to read, at the very least, this section of the book. The global market and the IT revolution discussed in Part I means big changes for … Continue reading

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