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We listened to an angry, divisive, classless, inauguration speech yesterday. Let’s remember what a classy president was like and take comfort in his parting message to us.
Here you will find my research about Trump’s tweets. I have used an online archive of Trump’s tweets for my source material. I investigate patterns in these tweets. I also look to trump’s book, The Art […]
How can we understand why so many people voted for Trump? I have started to collect resources to help us try to find some answers. I believe that this information should be considered if/when Democrats […]
We’ve already discussed the damage that fake news can cause and efforts to teach students skills that can help them discern the likelihood that a story is really fake news. We also shared information about […]
Rabbi David Wolpe suggested a project that could foster tolerance. The project that he dreams of is this: “Have the leaders of the right and the left commit themselves once a year to giving a […]
In today’s New York Times, David Leonhardt wrote an Op-Ed consisting of an Open Letter to Donald Trump which I consider a model for how to press for action in a manner consistent […]
Let’s try to remember lessons we learned more than a half century ago. Look at what Superman told us so many years ago. The poster shows Superman telling school students about the real meaning of […]
I never knew much about Steve Kerr’s life. I did know that he was a terrific 3 point shooter, an interesting basketball announcer, and a terrific coach. I mistakenly thought that he was related […]
NPR had a story about an initiative to train students to get better at telling the difference between real news and fake news. Do you remember the infamous “pizzagate” conspiracy theory that ended with Edgar Welch, […]