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Tag Archives: Education
Martin Luther King, Jr. fought for so many things. We would all do well to remember that the intersections of race and class and education and gender are tightly bound. You cannot ‘win’ one battle without remembering there are more … Continue reading
“Be kind to each other.” Like many a Facebook post, those words were a nice thing to see on a Wednesday, a middle of the week day when you could see the goodness of a three-day weekend ahead of you. … Continue reading
Perhaps comedians are the public intellectuals of our day. Imagine a world where we watched the draft of the nation’s top teachers. I would love to watch that prime time television event.
Congratulations to the Columbia College Class of 2015!
This screengrab from a education.yahoo.net helps to explain why a degree in Communication or Communications (there is a difference) is always a good investment. It may not be a ‘photo’ but it’s worth sharing.
Always, always an important thing to remember.
This pretty much explains what it means to be a student. Plan accordingly.
Some advice for the new semester…
Today marks the beginning of Banned Books Week. Do yourself a favor and stand up for free speech while sitting down and reading a banned book. For a list of books that have shaped America or a map showing the … Continue reading