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I Was So Angry

I was so mad at life it seemed that I could only see red. When I was younger I would fight to let all the anger out. 244 more words


Reflections on 2014

By: David J. Smith, December 18, 2014

Teaching about peace and the resolution of conflict became more relevant than ever this past year.   Domestic strife such as the aftermath of the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO challenged us to reexamine the means by which law enforcement is conducted in the U.S.   832 more words

Community Colleges

The use and abuse of adjuncts explained...

The use and abuse of adjuncts as day-laborers is presented in Glen Brown’s blog which quotes Alex Keefe, Annie Russell and Amanda Shepard. As often happens, the microcosm in Vermont is the perfect example of what is happening nationwide. 1,701 more words


Who is Johnathan Gruber and is he right?

When it comes to the American college student, it appears that Johnathan Gruber is right. At least according to the students who signed the petition asking Obama to make Gruber the next Sec’y of Defense. 22 more words

The Liberal Plantation

Wrapping Up Some Thoughts


Some of the most valuable insight that I’ve gained over this course definitely came from today’s guest speaker, Dr. Karla Haas Moskowitz. Karla was an inspiring speaker who maintained her positive and hopeful outlook even though she’s been through a lot. 423 more words


More Evidence That Corporate Interests Are Undermining Public Education

The historian Alan Singer speaks out against the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) for giving in to corporate interests at the HNN: “What we have in the C3 Framework is standard teaching at best but a lot of poor teaching and propaganda as well. 112 more words


Media Mornings: Wed, Dec 17 --- Adult Education (Chris Murphy) --- COPE disclosures (Stuart Parker)

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