Hall of Presidents ~ See all of the nation’s presidents in this Audio-animitronic presentation of America’s history. We work closely with our partners to provide dynamic professional learning that combines the power of content, pedagogy and technology to create innovative and engaging learning experiences. With each partnership, our goal is to strengthen teacher effectiveness, empower school leaders and increase student engagement.
Just a quick note to say how well-written and full of information I found this article. I do not know anyone with dyslexic children, but I did know a dyslexic adult at a job once who was an administrator, a job with numbers. He always needed someone to check his work as a second pair of eyes, nonetheless he was an excellent and highly successful administrator for a large medical practice. Bravo for working with your son and bravo for you son’s ability and determination to adapt. Great tips.
Historical agendas have predetermined what persons of color can and cannot do in America’s educational systems. In 1895 the United State Supreme Court decided, via Plessey v. Ferguson, that equal facilities could be separate for blacks and whites. Plessey v. Ferguson created the separate but equal doctrine” that was practiced until 1954 when Brown v. Board of Education stated in part: In the field of public education the doctrine of ‘separate but equal’ has no place. Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal….and to separate them black children solely on basis of their color may affect their hearts and minds in a way likely ever to be undone”. Hence, the stage had already been set, prior to the ruling in Brown vs. the Board of Education for black children to become marginally educated in America.
I just discovered this amazing article on skiesgreen’s 2013 blessing page and am so glad I did. We’ve all been at the edge of our seats waiting for news of Mulala and it was good to see her leaving the hospital but I could sure tell that there is a lot of recovery still needed and no hint of a smile though she was bravely waving, it must have taken all her energy. Your poem had me awash in tears and will be life to her….Malala’s name most certainly will be remembered where ever she may go…..right into out hearts…blessed.
Population Education is multi-disciplinary in nature and structure. It draws its contents from major fields of study such as Demography, Natural and Applied Sciences, Social Sciences, and so on. It is therefore an embodiment of various concepts and messages.
This site is also for currently homeschooling parents. While not attempting to change your mind about the choices you have made for your child, I am trying to inform you as to some of the possible repercussions of being homeschooled. Take these reasons and ponder them. Maybe they’ll give you ideas to help your child avoid encountering any possible problems listed.