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About dendari

I finished my program at JHU in 2011. If you have enjoyed my writing here please follow me at philosophywithoutahome.com.

I did go to #edcampusa and I was impress

I did go to #edcampusa and I was impressed http://ow.ly/xMKmd Advertisements

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RT @schlfinance101: Scapegoating Teacher

RT @schlfinance101: Scapegoating Teachers » Counterpunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names: http://bit.ly/zpOZ8I via @addthis

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@smeech My son’s school built podiums for the children.

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#edcampchicago getting geared up to lear

#edcampchicago getting geared up to learn http://ow.ly/7yFoz

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Education Equity: Civil Rights of the 20th and 21st Century

If school choice didn’t work in Kent County why do we think it will work today?

If inequity of funding was a symptom of the problem 50 years ago how can we reform education by cutting funding today?

If lack of experience and lack of advanced degrees was a symptom of poor schools in the 1960’s how can replacing those same teachers be considered reform today? Continue reading

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Free Appropriate Public Education

Are public schools doing enough or are they trying to do too much? In the case of Hendrick Hudson School District v. Rowley A lower court noted that: “she performs better than the average child in her class and is … Continue reading

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The budget as a Vision Statement

As a math person i am not afraid of numbers or budgets, but a budget is more than just numbers. Much of the money from the federal government has strings attached to it so every penny has to come from … Continue reading

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