They've bought into the cueing idea. The idea that a child can read a book without being able to read the words.
It was once said, “It is not enough to be busy; the question is, what are we busy about?” Make no doubt, all schools are busy. What a school chooses to be busy about not only defines the school, but sets each school apart—one from another.
Politics offers two visions of why all the peoples of the world met here: one in which we are nothing more than competitors and another in which perhaps the proximity of so much difference forces us to admit our common humanity
In the past few weeks I have been feeling something. Or maybe thinking something. Ok, actually, both. I haven't really been able to figure it out.