Social Networking Sites: Both A Blessing And A Curse

By Princella Talley With the recent Pinterest craze, it’s interesting to see the constant evolution of the social networking world. Gone are the days of Myspace as it gave way to Facebook. Yet, Facebook is currently basking in the spotlight with Twitter and Tumblr. There are pros and cons to all of these online powerhouses […]

The Tests are too Hard

By Michael Blain Low test scores have plagued school districts and teachers alike across the country since the inception of standardized testing.  From the teacher’s viewpoint, it takes away from their ability to customize a curriculum that best utilizes their strengths and chosen methods as an educator because they must be primarily concerned with covering the material that is specifically on the tests.  On the student […]

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