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UNC Chapel Hill evades any sanctions from NCAA for academic and athletic fraud scheme that ran for 18 years.

The NCAA announced it will not impose sanctions on UNC Chapel Hill men’s and women’s basketball program for a systemic academic fraud that offered about 200 different “paper courses” over a two decade timeframe. 1,192 more words

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It's a Movement!

I am surrounded by a fantastic community of innovative teachers. All are looking for ways to innovate, excite, do things differently, connect and share. It is the most active community I have participated in, and we’re not looking at a single Facebook group – but several. 574 more words


Academic cheating scandal at University of North Carolina is still alive

The systemic academic failure at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill has been out of the news for a while because the NCAA has been taking their time addressing the cheating. 630 more words

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The Real Reason Your Child is Being Psychologically Profiled at School

In an article from May in the Wall Street Journal, Dr. Aida Cerundolo warned parents that public schools may be psychologically assessing their children without consent. 782 more words

Poetic Justice reblogged this on Poetic Justice and commented:

It is all happening so fast – how do we keep up with this “high stakes character assessment” scheme to take our children away from us and hand them over to the gods of the holy dollar? Many thanks to Emily for keeping up with this madness.

Another Brick in the Wall - a 21st Century Howl

We don’t need no ed reformers
We don’t need no tests no more
The lack of knowledge in the classroom
We don’t need no data wall… 139 more words

Defending Public School Students

A Student Hero - Coral Ortiz - "Today is About the Truth"

It has been a while since Poetic Justice featured a student hero but Coral Ortiz deserves the title. As published in The New Haven Independent… 1,277 more words

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An Education revolution is inevitable

Why the new blog? For a while now I have been blogging my life experiences via travellearntravelteach.wordpress.Com, and in reality, it is read by friends and family, and anyone else interested in travel, and my every day adventures. 356 more words