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The New Books will be out in Early 2015

I have co-authored a new book for our senior design class sequence.  The book will be out in the early part of 2015.  Just in time for students to pick up a copy to help them with their capstone design class.  187 more words

French is the Best!

The subject I like most is French because you get to learn a new language. French is a great language. We all write down the days of the week numbers and greetings. 63 more words

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Thousands of ninth graders explore their futures at the '14 Career Exploration Fair

More than 7,400 Metro Schools’ freshmen attended the Academies of Nashville 6th Annual “My Future, My Way” Career Exploration Fair. This is a chance for every freshman in the district to explore areas of study, college opportunities and careers first hand. 345 more words

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5 Tips From Portfolio Day

Earlier this month I had the opportunity to observe Portfolio Day, up close and in person. What a great experience!

Sitting alongside Thom Glick, CCAD’s Associate Director of Admissions, I witnessed first-hand, 505 more words

College Admissions

My Crazy School - Raen

My friends are Korrina, Lexi, and Teresa. They’re my best friends because we’re always having fun together. They’ve played pranks on me that make me laugh. 92 more words

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Special Event for Great Women's Colleges

This Thursday! Per our Transfer Magician, Ellen Goldberg:

I invited 4300 rock star women with GPAs of 3.4 or higher in the district to attend Information Sessions (at HWC and Wright College too) for Smith College or Mount Holyoke College.  

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Parents on Common Core: Stop Using Our Kids As Guinea Pigs

Common Core is still making parents everywhere pull their hair out as they struggle to help their kids solve Byzantine math problems. Silive.com profiled some very frustrated parents who believe their kids are essentially being used as “guinea pigs” by government and corporate interests in service of an unproven teaching methodology: 17 more words

Common Core