Education News from NY Times
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Coding is growing as a kids’ activity, but as trendy as it is, it’s not easy. Most children won’t seize on coding games with the same enthusiasm as they did Minecraft. To engage kids in what’s happening behind the screen takes work.
Katie Hafner, author of “Mother Daughter Me,” asked people across the country to use “one word” to describe their mothers.
When critics (usually men) want to delegitimize my views, they often refer to me as a “mommy blogger,” relegating me to an imagined intellectual wasteland of sippy cups and Legos. But being a mother animates and inspires my activism.
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