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Lessons From An Indiana School

Lessons From An Indiana School  

In May, The Times reported on a school in Indiana where agricultural education students are raising the food that stocks their cafeteria. It is an instructive example of budget ingenuity and an attempt to bring vocational training to bear on a local industry in crisis. An interesting story but also, perhaps, a think-piece for our own local educational missions. read more

On Grade Inflation

On Grade Inflation  

The end of another school year means the beginning of grading season. In a time of grade inflation and educational consumerism, attitudes toward grades are changing and not necessarily for the better. What are the consequences when grades cease to be about mastery? read more

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