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Homework Reform

Reading this article Never Mind the Students; Homework Divides Parents I found myself supporting, Jane Hsu’s program “PDF,” or “Playtime, Downtime And Family-time.” I often tell parents/guardians “Life is not going be about standardized tests and all things learned in … Continue reading

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‘New Policy’ Bans Street People

“Talk to supervisor”  It seems like these have become the go-to bar of choice. To my knowledge, nobody who’s currently on the list has called or come by trying to meet with me, yet people continue getting added to it, … Continue reading

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When I Was the Greatest

“You spend your whole life running, paying attention to nothing but all the dumb stuff, and then one day, while you are running, something runs into you and leaves you with nothing. I really didn’t understand totally what he meant, … Continue reading

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99 Problems

Comical Explanation

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Activism

Never forget that activism and politics combined have brought us suffrage, The Civil Rights Movement, Marriage Equality, the Affordable Care Act and hundreds of thousands of seemingly small ordinances and laws that together make up the fabric of our civil … Continue reading

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