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On March 27 I attended a town hall feedback session in Philadelphia about the draft Middle State Accreditation standards. I wrote about my concern about these draft standards in an earlier blog post. I was astounded that Middle States removed … Continue reading
How do you use your local library?
I am beginning a course on Blogging in the Classroom through my MET program at Boise State. I will be highlighting, improving and expanding this blog for that course. I’m excited for the extra time I will take over the … Continue reading