Early Childhood Education Hints for a Better Income

Early childhood educators are involved with younger young children every single day. Even individuals who hold management positions will uncover that they interact with young children on a everyday foundation. The real task you can acquire within this subject will count upon your degree of education. As with most careers, the a lot more sophisticated of a diploma you maintain, the higher the range...
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Bill Cosby Again

I’ve been getting a pretty large number of hits on this post about Bill Cosby and his impolitic remarks at a banquet celebrating the Brown v. Board of Education decision. Cosby made some remarks that were right on the mark, though not exclusive to black people, and took some heat for it. Matt Rosenberg, of Rosenblog, has written a piece in National Review on the media coverage of it and it appears...
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Grade Inflation

Economist.com: Grade expectations: Universities are handing out more first-class degrees than ever. Why? I can’t speak for everyone, but it seems to me that receiving a grade based on anything other than mastery of the material hurts both the institution and the student. Only the short-sighted would think otherwise. I’ve received grades that I was unhappy with and have still given the professors...
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14th Amendment Jurisprudence

damnum absque injuria: Courts as Champions of Civil Rights I’m not all that interested in getting into the gay marriage dust-up, but Jeff has a great post on how the courts basically gutted the 14th amendment on school segregation and didn’t repair the damage until Brown v. Board of Education. To call Brown v. Board of Education a “contribution” to the desegregation effort is...
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