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Dismantling the Meritocracy Myth

by Amit Singh

Last week on my Twitter an interesting debate on the so-called ‘meritocracy’ emerged between Media Diversified (@WritersOfColour) and Milo Yiannopolulos (@Nero). Yiannopolulos, Associate Editor at Breitbart, regarded the… 1,253 more words


A-Z of HRBP #A: Appraisals

It wasn’t hard to decide, it really wasn’t. When initially I thought of this series, I feared that I’d have lots of topics competing for a letter. 412 more words


Arresting Development: Police 'Detain Thousands' After Bihar Exam-Cheating Epidemic!

The Indian state of #Bihar is rocked by a fresh #exam cheating scandal involving surrogate #students who took a police force entrance paper

— ッ MEDIOLANA® EDU (@Mediolana) …

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A New World

We cannot see beyond the confines of our current world.

We witness the killings of innocent people, the destruction of the environment and injustice in our society. 607 more words

The Need Paradox

I have this tendency to doubt everything that I’m too convinced of. Whenever I feel like I know everything about a certain subject or situation, I get this uncomfortable feeling and I start researching as many different perspectives as possible. 655 more words

The Wit and Wisdom of Lee Kuan Yew (Part 1)

The book contains more than 600 quotes. Lee Kuan Yew was always guided by reason and reality. His opinions are still widely sought after by world leaders. 4,432 more words


All Politics is Local and Personal

I confess that I wouldn’t be here if things had not changed so drastically and so quickly, if I wasn’t so personally affected. I teach in a Title I high school in rural Georgia that manages to find loopholes and waivers to avoid AYP’s naughty list, and as a result, my teaching philosophy and methods have not been questioned. 372 more words