Tag Archives: Freakonomics

Reflections on Multiculturalism in Education

This was my final paper for a class on multiculturalism in education. There are currently two conflicting developments within the field of education. On the one hand, policies such as No Child Left Behind and Common Core have demonstrated a … Continue reading

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Recommended June 11 2013

PVP was funny today.¬†Well, it’s often funny, but today merits special attention. Boing Boing’s excerpt for A User’s Guide to Neglectful Parenting is pretty funny.¬†They’ve had a lot of solid comic book samples this week. A Freakonomics fan complains about … Continue reading

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When Margaret Thatcher Met the Estonian Prime Minister

From what I’ve read, Margaret Thatcher did great things for Britain. There’s obviously some residual anger about a few of her policies, but much of that is what you would expect to happen to someone who, as Lawrence O’Donnell put … Continue reading

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