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Is Meritocracy Making Everyone Miserable? | newyorker.com
In recent years, we have been focussed on two problems, social mobility and income inequality, and the place these issues appear
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Student Debt Is Transforming the American Family | newyorker.com
In April, 2011, the anthropologist Caitlin Zaloom was sitting in her office at New York University when one of her most promisin
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Pity the Substitute Teacher | theatlantic.com
Nicholson Baker went undercover in the classroom. His resulting book delivers a message about education that Americans still nee
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How I Became an ‘Accidental’ Professor | theatlantic.com
My love and respect for the craft of writing fuel my commitment to teaching it. But it was a long time before I could envision a
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Tara Westover Turns Her Isolated Childhood into the Gripping Memoir: Educated | vanityfair.com
Westover grew up without going to doctors or attending school, and now has a Ph.D. from Cambridge.
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Review: ‘Educated’ | nytimes.com
This book was selected as one of The New York Times Book Review’s 10 Best Books of 2018. For the rest of the list
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Educated is even Better than you’ve heard | gatesnotes.com
I’ve always prided myself on my ability to teach myself things. Whenever I don’t know a lot about something, I’ll read a textboo
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Tips for Teachers: New York, New York! | bookpage.com
Think fast! What do Eloise, Knuffle Bunny, Lyle and Little Elliot have in common? How about some of the most memorable fiction
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