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And So It Begins...

Oh, great… what’s she on about now?

Plenty, actually, thanks for asking.

Hello, everybody!  Time to come clean.

I wasn’t dirty before or anything but, you know. 197 more words

The Peanut Butter Table

These Modern SAT Questions Seem Legit

Winter is coming, which means it’s now the time of year where leaf fall down so call it “Fall” we talk good. It’s this autumnal time when high school seniors take the SAT for the first or second time, so we thought we’d help them prepare for the type of questions a modern SAT test will totally include. 359 more words

Web Culture

An Attempt at Revival

It has been a very long time since I last published a post, here in my blog.

And I know I shouldn’t have let that happen. 229 more words

Catsburrow Magazines

Common Core: An Education Datapalooza?

David Coleman and other proponents of close reading claim that students become college and career ready as they independently struggle to understand complex informational text without relying on any context or prior knowledge. 2,805 more words

Homework: An Unnecessary Evil?

I’ve discussed my feelings about homework here before and it has become a bit of a recurring topic here and on the MommyEnnui Facebook page… 204 more words


Measurement creates a pointer

But measurement can cut both ways. In track and field, we happen to measure speed, and so we cultivate agnation of speedsters. If we happened to measure running style, we would cultivate a nation of gazelles.

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School Board Rejects Amendment 3 - Vote On November 4!

As most of you know, our ballot in November will contain a proposed CONSTITUTIONAL amendment that if passed would affect how we educate our kids. Proposed by a St. 267 more words

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