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Creativity crushers: Standardized testing as early as kindergarten

I have many issues with standardized testing and I think that at some point, I’ll write a post to outline some of them and perhaps provide research-based evidence as to how ineffective they really are. However, for now, this principal … Continue reading

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astonishing

Though I shouldn’t be surprised, and in actuality annoyed would best describe the irrate feeling I have right now, the inconsiderateness of undergraduates greek members at this institution astound me, particularly the men. Today was graduation and thus it seems … Continue reading

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Do Students Read?

So it seems that the Spring 07 semester has ceased – thank GOD! This has to have been the most agonizing semester, mainly made so by the moronic behaviors and lack of thought by a handful of infuriating students who … Continue reading

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