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Narrow Vision

This week I had cause to reflect on my public school education and compare it to my child’s.  What has changed in 30+ years?  What is different from education in one state compared to another? One blindingly apparent trend is the … Continue reading

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Mind Anti-Freeze

I had a Eureka! moment.  You know when you learn something that could have changed the entire trajectory of your life?  I did last night while watching Sian Beilock, a professor at University of Chicago talk about research she completed … Continue reading

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World Geography Lesson

I explored home schooling my child in fall 2012, and after much thought decided to honor her wishes to remain in public school, while advocating for her above grade level status in almost every subject.  I think I was having … Continue reading

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Education Conundrum

I am ruminating about home schooling my child who is light years ahead in most subjects from her “grade level” and is tapping out the resources available at least in her immediate school environment.  She values her friendships and would … Continue reading

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