Required Readings, 31 October 2013
Happy Halloween, teachers and learners! I’ve got spine-tingling required readings for you today.
In Michigan, school districts differ on how to handle Halloween, a “controversial” holiday.
Well, other schools know exactly what to do with Halloween in school: ban it!
The faith writer at the Washington Post advocates toning it down, rather than banning it.
Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein manuscript goes online (becomes alive!) at the New York Public Library today.
Lecturers at many UK universities are going on strike to protest pay which doesn’t keep up with cost of living. Now, that’s scary.
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