Monthly Archives: December 2011

“Little Apparent Relevance to Adult”

Yesterday was a big day in the Washington Post. Valerie Strauss shared the story, “When an Adult Took Standardized Test Forced on Kids“, by Marion Brady. It’s very interesting to read that a school board member took the 10th grade … Continue reading

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End of Year Jitters?

It’s weird to be sitting here on December 5 and be writing about the end of a school year. Those in the Southern Hemisphere have always seen this as the end. However, here in the United States, it’s only the … Continue reading

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