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Thoreau’s Cellphone Experiment

By William Major I took their smartphones, and the world continued to spin. I took their BlackBerries, and […]

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Cartoon Pals Stay Home

Looking to combat classroom distractions and marketing overload, some schools are banning media characters By Heidi Stevens, Tribune […]

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Rethinking Advanced Placement

By CHRISTOPHER DREW Published: January 7, 2011 WHEN Joan Carlson started teaching high school biology more than 30 […]

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Why Waldorf Works: From a Neuroscientific Perspective

Why Waldorf Works: From a Neuroscientific Perspective by Dr. Regalena Melrose Why Waldorf works has more to do […]

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Ken Robinson: Changing education paradigms

In this talk from RSA Animate, Sir Ken Robinson lays out the link between 3 troubling trends: rising […]

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Study: Are TV Teens Too Sexy?

By Elizabeth Vargas, ABC News Television is increasingly depicting teen girls in a sexual way in shows aimed […]

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Want to get your kids into college? Let them play

By Erika Christakis and Nicholas Christakis, Special to CNN December 29, 2010 7:57 a.m. EST Editor’s note: Erika […]

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Parents Embrace Documentary on Pressures of School

By TRIP GABRIEL Published: December 8, 2010 It isn’t often that a third of a movie audience sticks […]

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NASA program puts aspiring engineer, Waldorf School graduate to work on Mars rover

By MAREESA NICOSIA, The Saratogian SARATOGA SPRINGS — His engineering talent has taken one local graduate all over […]

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Learning, Arts, and the Brain

In 2004, the Dana Arts and Cognition Consortium brought together cognitive neuroscientists from seven universities across the United […]

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