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Since there is always a lot of chatter about what international tests scores mean, I invited David Berliner to share his views. Berliner is one of our nation’s pre-eminent scholars of education. &n…
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At the end of his life, Martin Luther King Jr. fought against the poverty, racism and militarism that he saw as the triple threat to humanity. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because….Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson
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While we know this way of life isn’t for everyone, here are some tips for those who are considering homeschooling their children. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because …..Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Sixty years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that black children have the right to the same education as their white peers. But civil rights data released Friday by the Education Dep… ….Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion regarding this article because….Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson
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Inspire your child’s thirst for knowledge inside — and outside — of school. Here you will find some valuable tips to motivate your child to learn and achieve. Don’t take my word for it….read, learn, explore and form your own opinion regarding this article because….. Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson
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It’s the real March Madness….Testing! High stakes testing is in full effect in your school system from March until June and the pressure to perform is on. Are these tests beneficial, damaging or is there a compromising answer to the question? Read, learn and explore and form your own opinion regarding this article because…..Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson
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Too often, I’ve heard teachers talk about how helpless they feel when it comes to reaching out to their students. The most important thing teachers can do is connect with their students. Read, learn and explore this article and form your own opinion because…..Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson
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