Required Readings

Required Readings, 8 December 2013

Many people around the world will stay home talking to themselves because that’s clearly the best way to end hunger in the Earth. This and more in today’s Required Readings, have a nice Sunday and enjoy! ‘Pocket Constitution’ carries religious messages to students – religious agenda is being transmitted to …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 22 October 2013

Good morning, everyone. Here are a smattering of articles from across the Internet: -A school board in Tennessee debates whether the PTO should be praying before meetings… … and then solves the issue by banning teachers from leadership in the group. -What expectations should professors have for private communications with …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 10 September 2013

Hello, everyone! Here are some articles for you to peruse this Tuesday morning: -In response to the challenge to the Pledge of Allegiance in Massachusetts, Fox News host Dana Perino says that atheists “don’t have to live here” if we don’t like having “under God” in the Pledge. -Jewish atheists …

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Critical Thinking

Et tu, Radiolab?

It’s time for my morning jog and I spend a few minutes looking over my list of podcasts to choose my educational listenings for the next hour or so. Scrolling through my podcasts I find my trusted running companion, Radiolab. A new episode. Thanks, loyal friend. If you are not …

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Critical Thinking

Are you there God? It’s me, Incredulity.

Many times throughout the school year, our entire staff gather for prayer. We gather for prayer at the beginning of the year to ask God for a safe and healthy school year. We gather each morning to ask God to watch over us during the day, and keep us from …

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