By Valerie Strauss Valerie Strauss Reporter covering education, foreign affairs Email Bio Follow Do you remember sitting in class, trying to be inconspicuous so that the teacher wouldn’t call on to answer
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Finding proof of student learning is a huge part of the teacher's job, and whether it is done poorly or not makes all the difference in that teacher's effectiveness. The challenge starts from the very
Why everything your teacher told you about the Union general and U.S. president was wrong. After Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th president of the United States, died 130 years ago today, a million and a half
GOP’s fear of a black America: The long, racist history which explains Dylann Roof and stains the so-called “party of Lincoln”
With the return of their states to the Union and with the Black Codes in place, Southern Democrats were poised to retake control of the national government and return it to its prewar defense of property.