Required Readings

Looking back and forward, recess riches, 10 Commandments costs, and more: Required Readings, 01.01.16

Happy new year and welcome 2016! Today we’ll look back at some of the biggest education and skepticism stories of the past year, ponder what 2016 may bring, and check out what’s been happening while many of us have been on winter holidays. One thought-provoking essay earlier in the year asked whether …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 13 October 2013

Vitamin craze, Nobel winners forced to research abroad and Kansas isn’t decided on its funding for education. Good morning everyone, have a nice Sunday and enjoy your reading! Two Israeli scientists who emigrated to U.S. win Nobel Prize in Chemistry – in case you hadn’t heard about this, and why …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 8 September 2013

Israeli extremists and teachers with or without underwear! Good morning (I’m guessing it’ll be morning for most of you) everyone! Have a nice read on this late edition of Required Readings! Israel education ministry accused of bowing to religious extremists after censoring sex-ed chapter – what could go wrong having …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 13 August 2013

Are atheists more intelligent than religious people? Do people really still believe separating children from half of the population is healthy? This and more on today’s Required Readings! Have a nice day everyone! State to fund separate classes for boys and girls in religious Israeli grammar schools – sure, let’s …

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