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That Kind of Mom

As I scroll through my Facebook I see photo’s of people and their children entering into the first day of school. It is nice, really, to be getting this started, I always look forward to this time of the year. 669 more words


On Demand Private Tutoring, Exam Prep, and Training Company Launches Affiliate Program

MasterStreet teams up with AffiliateManager.com to help university students and recent graduates achieve more with personal tutoring and training through a new affiliate marketing program. 343 more words


Playing #fantasygeopolitics to analyze current events #glopo #edchat

Eric Nelson’s Fantasy Geopolitics (FGP) made a big splash on Kickstarter earlier in the year. We’re thankful to be a part of the participating schools right from the outset this year; all three IB Global Politics sections are holding their drafts this week. 434 more words


What's the Use of Preaching?

One of the unique things about serving in the College of Ministry at Northwest University is the opportunity I have to teach in a number of different areas.  815 more words

Practical Theology

Homeschoolers Community Meeting with Kathy Weppner 26 AUG 2014

Kathy Weppner is running for Congress in the @NY26 district.  Here she is speaking in front of a group of parents of homeschoolers

Community Meeting 26 AUG 2014 – YouTube.

Common Core

Teachable Moments: Talking to Students about Current Events

Photo courtesy of www.audio-luci-store.it / Flickr CC

Written by Courtney Battle

Among all of the recent headlines in the news, one that may have caught your eye was a story reported by  672 more words


Former Govs. Spellman and Gregoire Urge Supreme Court to Exercise Restraint, Caution

In today’s Seattle Times, John Spellman and Chris Gregoire offer timely counsel to the state Supreme Court ahead of tomorrow’s hearing addressing whether the court should hold the Legislature in contempt for failing to make adequate progress on education funding. 279 more words