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When confronted with change, most people evaluate it based upon a very limited understanding of what’s considered normal.
Are today’s schools failing to give students the kind of education that Dr. King promoted?
If only these pointers were taught in today's schools.
With issues of race, money and immigration factoring into much of the discussion, it promises to be an interesting year for education.
Reading a book for the first time is seen by many in our society as a badge of honor and a legitimate cause for boasting. But rereading?
Teacher: "We're powerless to discipline."
What young children need instead, insists Christakis, is conversation, particularly conversation in which adults ask questions which encourage a child to think and ponder in order to give an answer.