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So here is my confession: I love math. I mean, it excites me and energizes me on a regular basis. And yes, I know that makes me weird to most people. I think I know one of the big reasons … Continue reading
Does anyone believe in standards any longer? And dare I add the word objective standards? The sad reality is that our public education system has far too often done away with a commitment to this concept. The idea that there … Continue reading
In reading a little about the life of poet Robert Browning, I ran across a very interesting anecdotal story from his childhood. While it may not be that we have to follow the method used by Browning’s father here, I … Continue reading
Part 2: Graduate High School Without Coming to Class Last time we met Jennifer, a student who deserved to graduate. Unfortunately, that good feeling side of things is not the only side there is. Let me introduce you to Andy. … Continue reading
Part 1: Students Who Deserve Their Reward Well, it is that time of year again: Graduation time. We have probably all participated in at least one graduation as a student. Elementary school, high school, college, or boy scouts, we have … Continue reading