It’s camp application season. You’ll want to ask baseline questions about food, safety, staff training and facilities, but what you really want to know is this: Is this a camp that changes lives?
Montgomery County announced a new teacher diversity initiative this week that officials hope will bring significant change to the workforce in years to come.Past efforts to spur diversity have not had great impact, as shown in the figures below, which school officials released Tuesday. Read full article >>
CHARLOTTESVILLE — Among the charges leveled against the University of Virginia in a Rolling Stone article last month, this one sticks out: That U-Va. officials took no action to warn their campus of an allegation of a gang rape at a fraternity.Read full article >>
Many school reformers today like to say that “money doesn’t matter” in making schools work and that holding students and teachers more “accountable” — largely through standardized test scores — is what is needed. Certainly a great deal of money can be used poorly but that is not the same thing as money doesn’t matter. It is, however, a good mantra for people who want to ignore the severe and consequential funding inequities that persist in the U.S. public education system across the United States.Read full article >>
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One thing teachers must do but often wish they didn’t have to do is assign grades to students. In the following post, Paul Thomas, an associate professor of education at Furman University in South Carolina, explains in an open letter to students why he thinks grading is “dehumanizing.” This post, which I am publishing with his permission, appeared on his blog, The Becoming Radical.Read full article >>
When my brother, a writer, put a stillbirth into his last novel, the scene was a gift to me, a way of making public what had been my too-private loss.
“The Beatles united a generation of young people with their songs, their attitudes and their sense of style, and John Lennon was the thinking man’s Beatle,” begins his 1980 obituary.
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Thinking back to my own bad night — and the words that might have made a difference.
Here are six paragraphs of an Oct. 26 article, “Art That Makes You Wish You Were There.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?