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Licensed Educator: Got a Job, Indiana?

Licensed Educator: Got a Job, Indiana?

Only north of Indy and only in a Corporate Charter.  What’s a man dedicated to the public good to do? Douglas Storm Prof Educator’s License 5-12 AP  

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Becoming is Revolutionary

This is too good for me not to lift right off of one blog and plunk it down here (“Steal this Blog Post!”)–this is from Paul Thomas cross-posting at DailyKos and Schools Matter, “Universal Public Education Is Dead: The Rise of State Schools.” More than thirty years, however, before Rich’s bold and accurate commentary on […]

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Facilitating First Impressions: Education and theTechnological Teat

A book will “drop” at the end of the month called “Situations Matter: Understanding How Context Transforms Your World,”.  At the link is a brief interview with the author where he makes one point that must be clear to us by now, “first impressions” are of questionable merit, at best, “dangerous” and damaging at worst. […]

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Implementing Common Core State Standards: An Inside View

The B-town Errant received a communication from the trenches this morning regarding the recent posts about Common Corporate State Standards. Our correspondent generously agreed to allow us to reproduce the email.  I have altered some of the personal content in the text to further the anonymity of this respondent. I have not indented it as […]

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Glorifying War Shall Not Grow Old

Concerning War Movies (prompted by a conversation about Peter Jackson’s movie They Shall Not Grow Old). In J. D. Salinger’s […]

Cutting Down the Clouds

This winter they are cutting down our woods more seriously than ever,—Fair Haven Hill, Walden, Linnaea Borealis Wood, etc. etc. […]

Representative Texts from Hawthorne to Dickinson

In your daily busyness you are pressed for time to think and often choose instead anesthetization – watching any number […]

Between Hope and Defeat, History and Heaven

“God himself culminates in the present moment.” (Thoreau) What is “now” for? What if you “know” the future? Fairy tales […]

Absolute Solutions Necessary

Only two things to do: 1. zero out carbon emissions 2. exception: all technological and scientific labor exploring new solutions […]

Rachel Carson’s book had no real effect

Facing Global Climate Disruption and the End of Everything All At Once… David Wallace-Wells’ The Uninhabitable Earth tries very hard […]