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education, politics, medical care and other concerns related to being alive on this planet
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Starving the Future: Comparing the US with India and China re: important issues for everyone

Starving the Future:  Comparing the US with India and China re: important issues for everyone | My Concerns | Scoop.it

yes........I fear for the future; our children and our country.  Money, as always, is more important than living and learning it seems

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Ed Reform: Can It Be Done In Ligth of Testing Mandates and other Mandates?

Ed Reform:  Can It Be Done In Ligth of Testing Mandates and other Mandates? | My Concerns | Scoop.it
Six degrees of insanity: Education 'reform'?  

Insanity is doing the same thing over and over while expecting different results. It is far past time to do something different.  The essence of Common Core Standards makes a great deal of sense.  Implementing, in light of all of the other expectations from above makes it quite dificult. 

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Education has more in common with military than medicine....

Education has more in common with military than medicine.... | My Concerns | Scoop.it
In spite of the tendency to compare the two, the teacher-doctor analogy doesn't hold up, writes Lawrence Baines. (What if we brought education reform to the military?
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Dinner with friends? 3/4 of us now carry fans to combat hot flashes! ; (

Information on Menopause Remedies, Early Menopause Symptoms, Post Menopause Symptoms, Menopause and Depression.
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The Finnish Alternative: Reclaiming Public Education From Corporate Reform

The Finnish Alternative: Reclaiming Public Education From Corporate Reform | My Concerns | Scoop.it
In our concluding episode, we take readers to Finland, in an extensive original interview with world-renowned education expert Pasi Sahlberg, director general of Centre of International Mobility and Cooperation in Helsinki.
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