By: Dr. Benny Lile (Guest post) If one has studied state assessment and accountability programs in much depth, it is a good bet there has been an encounter with “Campbell’s Law”. Coined by Donald Campbell in his 1976 work Assessing … [Read more...] about The Panda Effect
Guest Post by: Billy Clemmons As I sat listening to the sounds of nature surrounding us, I begin to think about the past few years and here’s where my story begins… One crisp spring morning watching the sun rise above the waterfall and sneak it’s way through the dense fog, I sat … [Read more...] about Guest Post by Billy Clemmons
Guest post by: Dr. Benny Lile By words. That’s’ what my mother always called them. Word or phrases that people would often use. They didn’t really say anything or mean anything, they just kind of passed ”by” I guess. In my younger days it was “You know”, especially among … [Read more...] about You Know, It’s Like, OK….Right?
By: Bryson Keltner Substitute teaching in my old high school has brought about some serious déjà vu. It still smells the same. The locker I had sophomore year still gets stuck. The paint is starting to show through where my class painted our parking spots as seniors. … [Read more...] about Rules for Attending a Ballgame in High School (Guest Post)
By: CCP (Guest Post) A sport which contains aspects of basketball, hockey, baseball, and boxing sounds amazing, it sounds like a beautiful American sport. On a cold Monday night it was on display at Slugger Field in downtown Louisville, KY. Soccer, yes the sport which … [Read more...] about For The City