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Overcrowded Robbinsdale Area Schools

It is a privilege to  welcome back former Board of Education member and friend of West Metro Thinkers, Mark Bomchill 


By Mark Bomchill

Overcrowded schools continue to be an issue at Robbinsdale Area Schools. 1,871 more words

Robbinsdale ISD 281



We all wants good – for ourselves and oftentimes for those we love.  Ask most parents, and they’ll tell you that’s the way they feel about their child.  878 more words


Ten Advantages Online College Has Over Traditional

When I graduated highschool, like most teenagers, I was excited to go to college! The idea sounded new and fun. I was excited to claim that status symbol and proudly inform people that, “I go to such and such a college!” What I quickly learned, however, was that college was expensive. 988 more words

College Tips

College Board Admits Printing Error In SAT, Some Questions Won't Count

SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) – The College Board said there was a printing error in the SAT exam taken last weekend by high school students in the Bay Area and across the country. 236 more words


My Inner Teacher

My inner teacher needs to vent today.

About Standardized testing.

It’s that time of year when schools across the globe are testing their students and by default, their teachers. 795 more words

Standardized Test

‘Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid’



Test Prep: Strategies That Worked For Us

I know we are now finished with the standardized test season. Everybody is probably ready to move on, and forget about it until next year. I would like to take just one post to reflect on what worked in my classroom, what helped my students be more successful, or at least less frustrated, on the tests. 385 more words

Standardized Test