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The Learning Network: Trigger Warnings, Safe Spaces and Microaggressions: Discussing Questions of Freedom of Speech on Campus
In this lesson we offer ideas to help high school students address the question, “How can colleges and universities best balance a need to foster intellectual discourse about difficult topics with a need to protect students who may feel marginalized for some reason?”
Does having a clean room make you a better or happier person? Does cleaning your room teach you important life skills?
Do you think the evidence suggests that life might have once existed on Mars? Or that it might still exist underneath the Martian surface?
What do you think of this protest? Why?
Colleges should award degrees in athletics, just as they do in music, dance and theater.
This word has appeared in 18 New York Times articles in the past year.
Prince George’s school leaders face more allegations of lack of action on abuse reports.
Involving teens from the neighborhood, the new Woodridge Library is set to open soon.
Genesys Works, which started an operation in Fairfax County this year, wants to spread to 15 more cities, preparing high school students for college and the workplace.
False alarms are not uncommon in this era of heightened anxiety over mass shootings and terrorist attacks.
'I tell parents all the time kids aren’t hard-wired to sit still all day, so we believe in essence we are giving children back their childhood.' And there are academic benefits.
The keys are relating it to kids and keeping it age appropriate.
Check out the books local superintendents read during the summer
Others analyze ‘return on investment.’ But so far the magazine has not used federal data on alumni earnings to sort schools.