Required Readings, 13 June 2013
Good morning, teachers and learners! Let’s dig in to today’s required readings.
Senators Condemn For-Profit Colleges’ Use of Military Tuition Aid – Is slick marketing taking advantage of vets?
Schools fail to challenge the brightest, warns British education inspector – He says there’s a culture of low expectations, though some (the politicians) disagree.
A lesson for all students (and teachers): Don’t Text and Drive – From Dr. Steven Novella.
Caffeine Withdrawal and Addiction Earn Clinical Diagnoses as Mental Disorders – Does this mean that me, and my fellow teachers, should have checked in to clinics long ago?
Bail out universities rather than banks? – This is one headline question that I’d prefer to answer with a “Yes.”
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