Required Readings

Rich kids get richer, core test reviews, ed tech profits, nursing school impact on patients- it’s Required Reading 4/3/2014

All right, here we go!

Edushyster ponders: what if earnest nubies aren’t that much help to schools in need?

If ESPN covered state-test season, the play-by-play might go like this….

Ed-tech: The first real gold rush of this latest millennia.

No way!  Educational level of nurses has something to do with death rates of their patients

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  1. April 5, 2014 at 10:51 pm —

    I’m always amazed at how many of the pre-nursing majors I see are all so science-phobic. I often wonder what is it they think nursing is, other than a good paycheck. The article hypothesized that university-educated nurses simply noticed changes better than vocationally trained nurses. I’d agree with that possibility, given science training vs. specialized training would emphasize observation as a skill more in science.

  2. April 11, 2014 at 10:56 am —

    I bear similar amazement toward future medical professionals who don’t understand why they need to learn how to decipher the scientific literature. Because obviously they’ll never have to look at a scholarly journal after they graduate.

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