Monthly Archives: September 2011

Teacher’s class to get a call from Antarctica tomorrow

My Nespelem teacher wife’s class will get a call from Antarctica scientist tomorrow, but her kids are already engaged at her blog, where they’re practicing how the written word is used for making a point. Kids don’t necessarily get the … Continue reading

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SHARP TO LEAD ATNI « KXRO Newsradio http

SHARP TO LEAD ATNI « KXRO Newsradio http://ow.ly/6HvXZ

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Comparing school districts in the Washin

Comparing school districts in the Washington State Report Card http://ow.ly/6GINp

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Standardized tests are the wrong answer

This writer, in The Washington Post, reasons that standardized tests on which we stake the future of our children’s education, are completely inappropriate for today’s educational needs. “A standard test question for young students today,” she notes, “is which of … Continue reading

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Don’t think this won’t hit our schools and towns

Don’t think this won’t hit our schools and towns. MT @secstatewa: Gov calls emergency budget session of Leg. 11/28 to deal with new $2b shortfall. As we read and listen and watch in the months ahead, bear in mind that … Continue reading

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Wally Caviness grew up here. Retired tea

Wally Caviness grew up here. Retired teacher revels in researching and acquiring western Americana – Top Stories – bellinghamherald.com http://ow.ly/6sgJh

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