Hey, Doc, I Have a Few Questions

By Anthony Fredericks, Ed.D. The following is an excerpt from Dr. Frederick’s most recent release, Ace Your First Year Teaching Right about now you have some concerns and worries about this new year that is fast approaching. Yup, you and all those other beginning teachers have a ton of queries that you need answered. As

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Martin’s Great Words

Martin’s Great Words One of the privileges I’ve enjoyed through writing All About Martin Luther King, Jr., is speaking to children.  It is an honor to talk to children about Martin’s life and the grand ideas of equality and justice that shaped his life from beginning to end.  And when speaking to children, I always

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Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

It was over a year ago when Blue River Press publisher, Tom Doherty, invited me to contribute to the All About series of children’s biographies. Specifically, he asked me to consider writing the biography of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. But right away, he wanted to know if I knew anything about the Civil Rights

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Why Clinton’s “Free” Community College Plan Won’t Work

By Dr. Robert V. Iosue and Dr. Frank Mussano, authors of College Tuition: Four Decades of Financial Deception Hillary Clinton announced a plan to make colleges more affordable by infusing higher education with $350 billion in taxpayer subsidies, including free community college tuition. There are many reasons why her strategy, and similar proposals by other

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