What’s the Difference Between ...

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If you’re aspiring to continue your education in the business field, you might be wondering which degree program is best for...

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Veteran Math Teacher Tells All...

Nov 8, 2012 by

by Stan Harzler [Stan Harzler, Ph.D., is a veteran math teacher in Luling ISD, Luling, Texas.  Hartzler is being required to use...

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Scholars or Customers?

Oct 16, 2012 by

Will Fitzhugh The Concord Review Diane Senechal, Ph.D., has written a book (The Republic of Noise—2012) about the virtues of solitude...

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A Code of Silence, Cover-Up, a...

Nov 13, 2011 by

Kandise Lucas, PH.D. – For the past two weeks, the media has inundated the airwaves with the horrific and sickening details of...

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VA’s Cuccinelli Has Reso...

Aug 4, 2011 by

Kandise Lucas, Ph.D. – Virginia’s Attorney General Kenneth Cuccinelli has been very busy since assuming his position in...

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American Education Must Restor...

Jul 23, 2011 by

American Education Must Restore the Marriage of Hand and Mind Barry E. Stern, Ph.D. Every once in a while a film comes along that...

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The Atlanta Scandal: When Teac...

Jul 11, 2011 by

by Erich Martel DCPS Social Studies Teacher ehmartel@starpower.net The Atlanta Scandal: Teaching in “A Culture of Fear, Intimidation...

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UPTON SINCLAIR AWARD WINNERS: ...

Dec 9, 2010 by

Each year, we reflect back on a number of individuals who have made significant contributions to education. Delia Stafford Michael F....

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UPTON SINCLAIR AWARD WINNERS &...

Dec 4, 2007 by

Mike Shaughnessy Senior Columnist EducationViews.org Eastern New Mexico University Delia Stafford Columnist EducationViews.org...

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TIME TO REFOCUS SPECIAL EDUCAT...

Mar 17, 2003 by

Jimmy Kilpatrick, Senior Fellow Alexis de Tocqueville Institution There is a national epidemic of children, especially minority...

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