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Joe Kleen Schooled part 31


“Oh,” Joe replied, looking up from his desk. “Hey, Nick. I was just going to come find you.”

“Well, now you don’t have to,” the special education teacher said with a big smile. 1,045 more words

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Joe Kleen Schooled part 29

There were only five students still waiting to be dismissed and they sat looking at Joe. “Well,” he said, looking at the wall clock, “thanks for your patience. 807 more words

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Best. Video. Evah.


The scales covering my eyes have been lifted. And probably from your eyes, as well. It is not often I share someone else’s video on this blog. But this deserves it.

Comedy Of Errors

Reflection (in poetry) on Rehearsing The Comedy of Errors

I spent most of today in a long professional development workshop, learning about our new school board-issued iPads, and for the most part, helping my colleagues who were struggling to set things up or learn how to use features. 354 more words

Life -- The Universe -- And Everything

Measuring Economic Growth Using Engels' Law

In the second sentence of this fine paper linked to by Tyler Cowen, I saw a reference to Engel’s Law, the stylized fact that when income rises, the proportion of income spent on food falls. 71 more words

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2015 Reading Challenge, Book 19: Leave It To Psmith by P.G. Wodehouse

Wodehouse is brilliant, end of. His books are, naturally, set in bubble world fantasies stocked with dapper gents in spats, terrifying matriarchs and wily servants, but they are truly things of wonder. 115 more words

Mad Utterings

The Tightwad Fed

In January 2012, the U.S. Federal Reserve announced a 2% PCE price level “goal” in these words:

The inflation rate over the longer run is primarily determined by monetary policy, and hence the Committee has the ability to specify a longer-run goal for inflation.

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