Tag Archives: children

Curriculum Inclusion: Everybody Benefits

By MJ Ali When I was in sixth grade, we had a substitute teacher who read to us from an illustrated book that negatively portrayed a specific ethnic group, not just in the illustrations, but in the story. And because it was an ethnic group […]

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Not Just for Lovebirds

By Abigail Edwards For many, Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to express love and appreciation for a romantic partner in ways they may not on another regular day. As early as 1382 the day was associated with passion and desire. In a poem written for […]

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Creativity is Boring

By Shannon E. Franklin The number of times I’ve slept more than three hours in the last 18 months: zero. You see, our son has yet to sleep through the night. I was waking up every 2-3 hours since he was born to feed him, […]

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