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School Change

When we talk about changing schools, everyone has a different reaction. Some view this as a futile attempt to change for no reason and some

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Unpacking the Dream

Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream that all men were created equal echoed the founding fathers of America. As opposed to the aristocracy of the Europe

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Access and Equity

Authority The American system of education is not a national system of education, but rather, a local authority system of towns, regions and state schools.

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Pestalozzi

Happy Holidays to one and all! Heinrich Pestalozzi (1746 – 1827), a swiss educator who was influential in eradicating illiteracy, hardly gets any mention these

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Early Arts Research

One of the first research reports on the arts in education was called, “Basic Abilities Required for Understanding and Creation in the Arts,” by Nelson

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Learning and the Brain

I went to this three-day conference over the weekend along with about a 1,000 teachers and 50 researchers. We were treated to a most informative

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Armistice Day

100 years ago, the Allies of World War I signed the agreement to accept the Surrender of the Germans and the cessation of hostilities everywhere.

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Get Out and Vote

There is a clear link between education and voting and it is not the one you think. If anyone can vote and anyone can vote

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Birth of A Baby

Mother’s Milk It is hard to ignore the event of birth and its implications for children’s learning. In case this seems like a reach for

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