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Felix Gryffeth

Comedian Lewis Black - Entertaining First Commencement Speech, UCSD 20133 - 8 views

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    " "You are now entering a world filled to the brim with idiots," "Since there are so many idiots out there, you may actually start to think you're crazy. You are not. They are idiots.""
Vicki Davis

Wissahickon School District: WHS Graduation Project - 5 views

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    I'll be spending time to AJ Juliani, Steve Mogg and Rosie Esposito from Wissahikon school district. Here's a copy of their Graduation project required to graduate from their school. I think all schools should have graduation projects. There is information and manuals if you want to look into this for yourself. I saw this in Evansvlle High school as well. This can be part of your genius work. "As part of graduation from Wissahickon High School, every senior is required to complete a graduation project.  The projects include research, writing and an oral presentation to assure that students are able to apply, analyze, synthesize and evaluation information and communicate significant knowledge and understanding.  This is culminating project in one or more areas of concentrated study under the guidance and direction of the high school faculty. "
anonymous

Education Week: Graduation Rate Trends 1996-2006 - 0 views

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    OH my...I don't know the answer, but it can't be just "more of the same"
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    interactive map showing graduation rates by state. SHOCKING!
Jeff Johnson

Washington State: More Algebra a Must - 0 views

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    The state Board of Education voted Thursday to require all high-school students to pass algebra II to graduate, and it agreed to work toward raising other graduation requirements as well. Board members have been discussing, for example, whether to increase the number of classes students would have to complete to earn their diplomas, essentially making the list equal to what they''d need to apply to public, four-year colleges in Washington. That would mean additional classes in English, science, foreign language and more.
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