Standardized test season in K-12 classrooms has been dominated in some states by widespread technical problems or by parents allowing their children to opt out. But testing officials say the rollout this spring of new standardized tests taken by computer in many U.S. public schools has been without major problems in much of the country. […]
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This is a brief article about women in the legal profession. Does having a female attorney versus a male one matter when looking for legal help? Do female lawyers generally become promoted based on their own talent? Can female lawyers wear whatever they want in court? Are women lawyers quitting the legal profession all together? […]
Parents often do not become believers in temperament until after the birth of their second child. Before this time, their child’s behavior may be seen as a simple and direct outcome of their upbringing, “a tribute to” or “the fault of” the parents. With the second child, management strategies that worked well with the first […]