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March 2008

Redrawing the Political Langscape Now that the Republicans have chosen their Presidential candidate and the Democratic contest is reaching its climax, political analysts across...

April 2008

Entrepreneurial Educators As the specter of recession looms large in government accounting offices nationwide, and lawmakers, confronted with the “unexpected” prospect of diminishing tax revenues,...

May 2008

Reading All Formats Barely a week goes by without the release of a new report highlighting the growth of the literacy crisis in the U.S....

August 2008

Creating Global Classrooms As fuel prices inflate the cost of travel and concern for the environment increases, the ideal that everyone should have the opportunity...

September 2008

Going for Gold As the world’s most spectacular sporting event of all time draws to a close, the scale of the Beijing Olympics, and...

June 2008

Multicultural Education is No Luxury During difficult economic times, there is a general acceptance that education should endure budget cuts like all public services....

July 2008

A Trilingual America Barack Obama’s recent suggestion that “everybody should be bilingual...or trilingual” has been met with a barrage of criticism from conservative commentators...

November 2008

Greater Expectations In a recent commentary published online in Education Week (Give Latin a Chance, September 22, 2008), Baynard Woods, a public school teacher...

October 2008

Hole Language The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) has recently created a furor by issuing an edict requiring that all competitors in its tour...

December 2010

Hard Times, Higher Goals Last month, Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, delivered the keynote address at the American Council on the...