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Exploring Majors: Clinical Laboratory Science

What’s it like to be a Clinical Laboratory Science major?
Lindsey Coulter tells us.

By Brittnie Curtis

Do you want to “see” what a Clinical Laboratory Scientist “does”? 845 more words

Knowledge Ventriloquism | EduShyster

Ken Zeichner takes us inside the teacher prep war echo chamberdummy 1EduShyster: You introduced me to one of my favorite new concepts—*knowledge ventriloquism.* The release of the National Council on Teacher Quality *review* of the nation’s teacher prep programs seems like an appropriate time to share this concept with the world. 15 more words


Freshers' Year: The 10 Most Pressing Problem

Whilst some believe their initial university year fuelled their ‘coming of age,’ others regard it as a disorderly drunken blur. Nevertheless, it presents a sure-fire roller-coaster of emotions. 517 more words

Social Stuff

“The 21st Century Belongs to the Student”

I would like to have been a fly on the wall when the course on Beyoncé Knowles was proposed at the University of Victoria in Canada.   292 more words

Higher Education

Feds Investigating Civil Rights Implications of School Closures in Newark

If you are middle class or rich, you are not likely to discover that anybody is planning to punish your child’s school by closing it.  School “reform” via “turnaround” happens in school districts like Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Cleveland, and Newark, but it doesn’t happen in Winnetka, Grosse Pointe, Bryn Mawr, Chagrin Falls, or Montclair. 605 more words

Equity & Opportunity To Learn

Student Highlight: Stephen Dutton

(This post was originally written for Asia on E Street, The Sigur Center for Asian Studies blog.)

Living in Shanghai

I’m writing this from my first class cabin on the T110, Shanghai to Beijing overnight train, 15 hours of the low rumbling bliss typical of trains here. 1,100 more words