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Required Readings, 3 December 2013

Good morning, everyone! Here are some articles to start off your Tuesday: -Pennsylvania’s universities shed programs and staff as they feel the pain of budget cuts.  -A study of those who received a Ph.D. in history shows that large numbers of them work as adjuncts and off the tenure track …

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Required Readings, 22 October 2013

Good morning, everyone. Here are a smattering of articles from across the Internet: -A school board in Tennessee debates whether the PTO should be praying before meetings… … and then solves the issue by banning teachers from leadership in the group. -What expectations should professors have for private communications with …

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Required Readings, 15 October 2013

Good morning, everyone! Here are your Tuesday readings: –5 ways the Next Generation Science Standards will change classroom science. – Some colleges in California are going to start charging more for high-demand courses. -The South Carolina Board of Education gave initial approval for new science standards that are a revision …

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Required Readings, 6 August 2013

Good morning, fellow skeptics and educators! Here are some required readings to get you through the day:   -Mississippi lags behind the rest of the country when it comes to science teaching and education. -On being an open atheist in the Arab world. -A study indicates that professors will delay …

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Required Readings, 7 July 2013

Good morning everyone! I’ll start the day off with some nice tidbits of information I hope will be interesting for everyone. A psychic actually won a fraud trial, alternative medicine attracts many Africans (but not only them of course), and the USA’s struggle to teach evolution. The art of science …

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