Monthly Archives: September 2014

SWAMPED by Sandy Gingras

I’ve been 29 for long enough to remember when movie tickets cost $1 and I was paid $3.25 an hour to chop onions. These days, movie tickets are $13, and I am paid considerably more not to chop anything. So … Continue reading

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BUILDING A BETTER TEACHER by Elizabeth Green

It would be difficult, if not impossible, to capture and evaluate all of the many ways in which people throughout history have attempted to prepare teachers for their profession. If teacher preparation were a pie, you would have to stand … Continue reading

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