I come from a long line of optimists. My great-grandfather was a card-carrying utopian-socialist. (I have his card.) His daughter, my … Continue reading Finding forgiveness in our damaged little hearts
Oatmeal Cake (a.k.a. Camping Cake) from the kitchen of Fran McCormack and Libby McCormack Cooper I’m not sure where the original … Continue reading Novel oatmeal camping cake
This column for the Nevada Appeal is from five years ago when I saw school budgets erode when it came to … Continue reading Sadly, education testing is BIG business
That’s the question author Bill Dedman tries to answer with Paul Clark Newell, Jr, a shirt-tail relative of the woman … Continue reading Was she crazy or merely peculiar?
This column from two years ago may still ring true. How about if we just Hold Common Core to a Higher Standard? Continue reading Just who is being held accountable?