Required Readings, 23 May 2013
Good morning, teachers and learners! My spring semester is officially over. Today is graduation for my school. I have 4 days to prepare for my summer session. Joy!
However, let’s first assign these required readings.
2-Year Colleges Are at Risk of ‘Separate and Unequal’ Future, Report Says – Is it any surprise that in the U.S. “we shower the most resources on the wealthiest college students and the least on the neediest”?
Women Were Secretly Filmed at West Point, the Army Says – To quote a friend of mine, “Guys, don’t do that.”
Nova Scotia students’ mouths allegedly taped shut by after-school monitor – Police are investigating. Parents are upset. Instructor is on paid leave. Oh, and speaking of Canada…
Quebec government polls public on “problem” of religious accommodation – Apparently, some in the Parti Quebecois would ban Muslim head gear in public institutions…but not crucifixes. This wouldn’t isolate or make uncomfortable any students or teachers, no-sir-ee! (link via Dan)
Can teachers have an emergency cute picture, too? If so, then you need Patrick Len’s Student scribble: happy calculator busting out numbers (our featured image today).
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