September 9, 2010 8:47 AM
Speed in tennis is a strange mixture of intuition, guesswork, footwork and hair-trigger reflexes. Many of the players famed for quickness on court would finish dead last in a field of schoolgirls in a race over any distance more than ten yards.Eugene Scott, world-ranked American tennis player and journalist
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An American Math Teacher's Travel Journal
An American Math Teacher Travel Journal
Gotta Watch Two Minute "Truth in Humor" Rap Viral Video
"It's a moment ripe with ferment and possibility, but also rife with conflict, in which the kind of change that fills many hearts with hope fills others with mortal dread- and which gives a movie like 'Superman' a rare chance to move the needle."
Teachers, Charter Schools, Business, Testing, Unions In The Hot Seat on "Morning Joe"Richard Stengel, Time magazine's editor-in-chief, announced next week's cover story, "What Makes A School Great" which, if judged by the teacher-obsessed conversation on today's MSNBC's "Morning Joe", should...
Very cool representation of the process and end result of obtaining a Ph.D. - all in 10 quick slides. Very clever conclusion - check it out with link below:"Imagine a circle that contains all of human knowledge . ....
"Tests fail because of an effect I call the "Numerical Outcome Principle". . .Our leaders need to look beyond the numbers..." Guest Post By Joseph Ganem, Ph.D.
A Fictional Back-To-School Newsletter