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Thomas Jefferson Isn't for Everyone (Post, November 15, 2007)
 
With Gifted Education, Access Is Everything (Post, November 8, 2007)
 
Advocating for the Proper Role of an Ombudsman (Post, November 1, 2007)
 
A Thomas Jefferson Brain Drain? (Post, October 25, 2007)
 
All Students Feel the Effects of Trying to Meet a Higher Standard (Post, October 18, 2007)
 
Test Prep Firms and the Laws of Attraction (Post, October 11, 2007)
 
Online Course Puts One Student to the Test (Post, October 4, 2007)
 
Individual Student Improvement Should Trump All Else (Post, September 27, 2007)
 
Challenging the High School Stress Tests (Post, September 20, 2007)
 
Gifted Education: Plenty to Discuss, Plenty to Debate (Post, September 13, 2007)
 
Mixing It Up Over Combined-Grade Classes (Post, September 6, 2007)
 
Is Homework Elementary? Parents Have Their Say. (Post, August 30, 2007)
 
In Defense of Summer Reading (Post, August 23, 2007)
 
The Book on Gifted and Talented Programs Is Wide Open (Post, August 16, 2007)
 
Open-Door Policy for AP, IB: The Pros and the Cons (Post, June 28, 2007)
 
Summer Reading, Between the Lines (Post, June 21, 2007)
 
AP: It's Not Just for Seniors Anymore (Post, June 14, 2007)
 
So Much for Summer Reading Assignments (Post, June 10, 2007)
 
Extra Credit: Are Older Teachers Too Jaded to Be Effective? (washingtonpost.com, February 20, 2009; 11:54 AM)
 

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