Students in the Junior State of America club at Olentangy Liberty High School in Ohio are traveling to Washington, D.C., to t -More-
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Don't get mad. Don't get even. Get stronger, faster and more powerful. Fill yourself with knowledge and empathy and an indomitable spirit, because no one else can do that for you. In the end, it's your life, your choice and your world. Give 110%, always.
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When parents keep expecting our kids to repeat old mistakes, we’re saying “you can’t change,” or maybe “you can’t change while I’m still here.” Bad plan.
While my grandmother and I have always been close, her online dating experiment brought us closer, mostly because she called me four or five times a week (she kept forgetting her JDate password).
There is nothing new about Republican opposition to teachers unions, but in recent years, it has become increasingly clear that some Democrats have turned against them as well. In the following post we hear from a union leader, Bob Peterson, the president of the Milwaukee Teachers’ Education Association, about how he thinks teachers union must change to keep alive public education. This post first appeared in Rethinking Schools, a nonprofit publisher and advocacy organization dedicated to improving public education. I am republishing this with permission from the author.Read full article >>
In this Reader Idea, Danielle Harms explains how she uses The Times’s Room for Debate feature to teach her college students how to support their claims while bringing many relevant “voices” into conversation with one another.