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Octopus Intelligence

The octopus is highly intelligent. But these shy, clever creatures are often excluded from “polite society” — stigmatized as “creepy” or “weird” — probably because they don’t do well on standardized tests. 9 more words

Jokes

Today I Feel Like a Failure as a Mom

Why do we, as moms, take so much on ourselves?

Right now, I’m looking at my kids’ standardized test scores with a sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach. 456 more words

Empowering Children

The LSAT: how does Elle Woods make it look so easy?

Once a person decides they want to go to law school, the LSAT is normally the biggest hurdle between you and the school of your dreams. 814 more words

Dreams

Education Readings September 1st

By Allan Alach

I welcome suggested articles, so if you come across a gem, email it to me at allanalach@inspire.net.nz 971 more words

Education

Recent Data from the 2017 Maryland Report Card

Below is an excerpt from a presentation provided by Karen Salmon, PhD, State Superintendent of Schools

http://www.marylandpublicschools.org/stateboard/Documents/08222017/TabG-PARCCResults.pdf

Bottom line – I’d like to see our Bowie community come together and have a conversation to improve math proficiency. 194 more words

Academic Achievement

Infidelity to Truth: Education Malpractices in American Public Education: Chapter Seven

By Duane Swacker

About Duane

Chapter 7

Ethics in Educational Practices

‘Ethics are more important than laws.’   Wynton Marsalis

While many, especially those who make a living off of working with laws, might disagree with Marsalis’ statement much is to be said for this simple thought.  2,196 more words

Blanket Test

Education Readings August 25th

By Allan Alach

I welcome suggested articles, so if you come across a gem, email it to me at allanalach@inspire.net.nz 1,090 more words

Education