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Higher education in America is terribly expensive, period. Unless the student receives large amounts in grants, which only can be achieved by having an extraordinary brain (and a family financially able to allow their use) or a body capable to bright in any athletic competition, middle class people can't afford [...]
Mon, Sep 14, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
View the article's original source Author: THOMAS CIZAUSKAS A bi-weekly, non-comprehensive roundup of news of beer and other things. Weeks 26/2719 July – 1 August 2015 1 August 2015It's been 50 years since the birth of U.S. ‘craft' beer. In August 1965, Fritz Maytag, heir to the Maytag washing machine [...]
Tue, Aug 11, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
View the article's original source Author: dianeravitch This is a welcome editorial in the Los Angeles Times, criticizing what is known in that district as “teacher jail.” The suspension of Rafe Esquith brought this issue to the fore. John Deasy suspended the entire staff of Miramonte Elementary School after two [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
View the article's original source Author: dianeravitch We learned a few days ago that Connecticut will require all juniors to take the SAT instead of the Smarter Balanced Assessments. This is a solution to the problem that most students fail the SBA, and that creates a dilemma: what will the [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
View the article's original source Author: dianeravitch D.L. Paulson is a reader who has commented before on the entrepreneurs who are investing in privatization and disruption in public education. Here he comments again on GSV (Global Silicon Valley), a leading edge investment company in the education sector. GSV is a [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
View the article's original source Author: dianeravitch Fareed Zakaria warns that fears about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) are greatly overblown. Zakaria comes close to acknowledging that the “crisis” rhetoric of so-called reformers is a myth,or as Berliner and Biddle called it years ago, “a manufactured crisis.” The demand [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
View the article's original source Author: Sandy Sue As blasé as cats seem, they are actually quite sensitive creatures. Stress makes them sick, especially if they are inside cats and can't de-stress with normal feline activity like snapping a squirrel's neck or dashing up a tree to escape the [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
View the article's original source Author: sheriwetherell You know a meal is good when the chatter stops and all becomes silent at the table once the food arrives. A recent dinner at Girin Seattle, an upscale Korean restaurant in the heart of Seattle's Pioneer Square district, had me spellbound and [...]
Fri, Aug 07, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
View the article's original source Author: Tim Crowe Shopping on a full stomach is sensible advice to prevent buying up big on foods that you don't need. Now scientists have taken this idea further by showing that what a person eats before they shop can influence what they buy. It [...]
Wed, Aug 05, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
View the article's original source Author: Sandy Sue Several Teesha stamps on this card One of the items on my IPR Bucket List is to attend a Teesha Moore art retreat. I found Teesha years ago when I first started using rubber stamps. Hers were grungy, and weird, [...]
Mon, Aug 03, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com

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