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In another installment of our series on the post-graduation plans of the Class of 2013, Kelsey Bilek ’13 discusses her work as an education advisor with Taurus Education in Shanghai, China.
In another installment of our series on the post-graduation plans of the Class of 2013, Hannah Davis ’13 talks about her plans to work as a resident assistant at the American International School of Salzburg in Austria. Continue reading
In a new installment of a continuing Haverblog series about the post-graduation plans of the Class of 2013, Elizabeth Douglas talks about the tutoring work she will do for Match Corps, which runs Boston-area charter schools that prepare low-income students to attend four-year colleges. Continue reading
Dr. Margaret Price, a professor of English at Spelman College, put her ideas into practice during her Feb. 9 talk, “Ways to Move: Disability and the Kairotic Space of the Classroom,” during which she took special pains to accommodate as many learning styles as possible. Continue reading
A New York Times article this week credited the The Notebook, a Philadelphia community newspaper and website founded by Paul Socolar ’77, with uncovering the latest scandal over altered test scores. Reporters at The Notebook, which covers public schools, pored over … Continue reading