Monthly Archives: July 2011

Empowering our youngsters to trust themselves

Over the last few days I have been planning a multi-day trip to hike Mt. Washington in New Hampshire with my three children. The mountain is one of the tougher, if not toughest, hikes in the Northeast, primarily because of … Continue reading

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They shoot teachers, don’t they? – A reflection on cheating in the Atlanta schools

DOBIJAĆ Sometimes only a word from another language has the ability to capture the real essence of a feeling or idea. These words often don’t have direct translations. I am using the Polish word, dobijać, to describe what I imagine … Continue reading

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