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#Author Interview: The Last Shot: A Season Like No Other: 1980 Luxora Panthers

The Last Shot: A Season Like No Other: 1980 Luxora Panthers [Paperback] Interviewer: Let’s start with the info on the book, the blurb, and then we will explore the book a bit further. All right? Thomas: OK. “The Last Shot” … Continue reading

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The International Baccalaureate® (IB): High Quality Programmes of International Education

The International Baccalaureate Program Authored by Thomas Jerome Baker “An international education must go well beyond the provision of information and is involved in the development of attitudes and values which transcend barriers of race, class, religion, gender or politics.” … Continue reading

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The Panthers Fight The Good Fight: Life Lessons On the Football Field

This was the team of teams. We had gone 9-1 in our final season of junior high football, as freshmen. Two years later, we were ready to dominate the football fields of Northeast Arkansas once again. Expectation was high, very … Continue reading

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Building A High Quality Teaching Profession

Amid the national education crisis here in Chile and the calls for education reform elsewhere around the globe, there is one thing all education systems have in common. What I refer to is the obvious. I refer to the teaching … Continue reading

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Highly Schooled: 2011 America’s Best High Schools – Rankings Released by Newsweek

Highly schooled, educated, prepared for life and college is what your son or daughter would be if they had attended one of the schools on this list. At least, that’s the conclusion one arrives at after looking at the methodology … Continue reading

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Education Reform in Chile: The Journey Ahead

This topic is one in which I hope to deepen my own personal understanding of current educational reform in Chile, in particular, the way in which it ultimately impacts the teaching and learning of English. The opinions given here are … Continue reading

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