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Where They’re Headed: Kelsey Bilek ’13

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.
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Where They’re Headed: Hannah Davis ’13

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

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Where They’re Headed: Elizabeth Douglas ’13

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

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Spelman College Professor Introduces “Kairotic Spaces”

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

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Paul Socolar ’77 Uncovers a Test Cheating Scandal

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

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