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How long should a story be?

Long enough, and no longer.  There!  That was a quick post.

I just realized that I’ve referred many a time about telling quality stories, but haven’t gone into a lot of detail on how. 547 more words


A Test Prep Review

Whether you’re just beginning, or have already started preparing for standardized tests, plan to use your summer break to study for the SAT, SAT IIs or ACT. 433 more words

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Teachers and Free Speech

In a recent public announcement the New Mexico Public Education Department (PED) is lifting the ban on public school teachers exercising their Constitutional right of free speech to criticize standardized testing. 657 more words

On Schools

The Long Arm of the PARCC?

Dr. Celia Oyler is a professor of education at Teachers College.  Recently, a teacher contacted her with an intelligent and cogent critique of the recent PARCC examination, including a few selections of content from the test itself.  2,245 more words


New York Evaluations Lose in Court

Sheri Lederman is an experienced teacher in the Long Island district of Great Neck.  This means that she, like every other teacher in the Empire State, has been subjected to an ongoing experiment of teacher evaluation roulette with increasing focus on the “value added” of individual teachers calculated using student standardized test scores plugged into complex statistical formulas.  1,178 more words


Load Runner (Basic and Indepth)


Sharing document for those who want to learn Load Runner.Please connect to Monic Pradeep for any queries.

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Don't Forget

A few thoughts if you’re scheduled to take tomorrow’s  SAT and SAT Subject Tests.

To minimize your stress tomorrow morning, it’s a great idea to get organized ahead of time. 177 more words

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