Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Oct 21, 2021 by

In the mid-1800s, frantic prospectors joined the Gold Rush in quest of the mother lode that would make them fabulously rich.  The New...

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Mathematics Performance in San...

Oct 21, 2021 by

Evaluation of the Forced Uniform Math Assignment since 2014–15 Implementation By Ze’ev Wurman Bryon Lippincott / Flickr The...

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China’s Apple Store Dele...

Oct 19, 2021 by

Makers of mobile apps that allow users to read and listen to the Bible and Quran say they have removed such apps from China’s...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Oct 13, 2021 by

Every school has its share of the best and the worst, as routinely defined.  The finest teachers are in the best schools and also in...

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COVID-19 Vaccine Facts Media I...

Oct 3, 2021 by

By Roger Anghis For the last two years, all we’ve heard was how dangerous COVID-19 is. I had it in October of last year. Every cold I...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Sep 27, 2021 by

Doing the right thing the wrong way can be as ruinous as not doing it at all when plans for carrying it out are logistically...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Sep 21, 2021 by

Can a risk/benefit analysis conclude that falling off a cliff is a chance worth taking?   As a viable alternative to...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Sep 14, 2021 by

Do today’s military generals lack the boldness, competence and nobility of purpose of their World War II predecessors? Have...

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Biden’s Afghanistan Hostage Cr...

Sep 9, 2021 by

Biden’s Afghanistan Hostage Crisis: Part 2 By Henry W. Burke 9.8.21 Out of 15,000 Americans in Afghanistan, roughly 6,000 Americans...

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Tex. Lege Not Through Yet

Sep 9, 2021 by

“Tex. Lege Not Through Yet” By Donna Garner 9.8.21 Yesterday on 9.7.21, Gov. Greg Abbott called for a Third Special Session of the...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Sep 7, 2021 by

The recent death of Bruce Birnel, my former colleague on staff at a middle school in Queens, reminded me of how our New York City...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Sep 6, 2021 by

Courtesy of Schlesinger Library, Harvard Radcliffe Institute. “From my earliest memories, I was one of those who wanted to go...

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An Interview with Professor Do...

Sep 3, 2021 by

Commentary and Interview: As we approach the end of September, we have tried to honor all those who died 19 years ago on 9/11....

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Aug 30, 2021 by

When history, as it has been traditionally taught, is revisited and challenged in sufficient numbers, it gains momentum and...

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Higher Education Flipped Class...

Aug 30, 2021 by

The Flipped Classroom concept is when traditional classroom activities and homework are reversed in order so that students interact...

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A Few Words for the Hyper-Cons...

Aug 28, 2021 by

By Steven Yates I was saddened to learn recently that a former high school classmate of mine had Covid and passed away. Out of...

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Extended Reality Transforming ...

Aug 27, 2021 by

The COVID-19 pandemic sped up the use of Extended Reality (XR) technology in higher education particularly for virtual science...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Aug 25, 2021 by

It’s been significantly but sparsely and perhaps unreliably reported that a major organization of teachers voted down a...

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U.S. – Chinese Relations as th...

Aug 25, 2021 by

by Tom Watkins Can we lay down new stones to help create a better future foundation for China, the U.S. and the world? The...

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Best Master’s Degrees in...

Aug 24, 2021 by

Education sector is a place where new practices are demanding leadership roles to be dynamic and lead by examples. It is important to...

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