Monthly Archives: June 2012

Curricular Design vs. Reality

Apart from the fact that the Social Studies standards designed by the Board of Regents in New York State  omit a picture of the students themselves as being actors and influencers in civic life, and emphasize obedience to power rather … Continue reading

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Voting as a tool for change in America? Not soon enough.

The original Constitution of the United States laid the foundation of a document, as flawed as it was with regard to voting rights, that – after having been amended a couple of times – ended up ensuring and protecting the … Continue reading

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