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New Study Exposes The Growing Problem Of Patent Aggregators And Aggregators’ Negative Impact On Innovation In The US

So-called patent trolls sue firms regardless of actual patent infringement

Research to be published in Science on April 29, 2016 shows how cash-hungry patent trolls are squelching innovation when the American economy depends on it more than ever. 593 more words

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26.04.2016 (about 9.16 pm)

Junction near Sunway Pyramid

Illegal Turn, No Indicators

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Reflections on the Edushyster-Cunningham "Conversation" at NPE

On Sunday, April 17, 2016, at the Third Annual Network for Public Education (NPE) Conference, my friend and colleague, Jennifer Berkshire (“Edushyster”), hosted a session with… 1,396 more words

High-stakes Testing

And Justice For All

My suitcase is unpacked; my belongings are put away. Already last weekend is fading into the recesses of my memory.

Last weekend I got to see friends from across the country. 464 more words

Those in educational circles, particularly on social media, are observing a season of meetings of various professional organizations. We were recently treated to the smiles and reunions of academics at the DC meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). 341 more words


Updated: Is he the next Martin Luther King Jr.? #NPE16NC

“You may have thought you were going to discourage us, but instead you have encouraged us. The more you push us back, the more we will fight to go forward.

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A Mother's Dream

A Mother’s Dream

As parents, we have dreams for our children’s futures. We dream that they will be extraordinary — that they will write novels, become virtuosos, or gain the civic and political knowledge necessary to change the world. 522 more words