Teaching Tommy Orange’s There There: Part Three

Teaching Tommy Orange’s There There: Part Three | huffenglish.com Images used in accordance with Creative Commons Larry D. Moore CC BY-SA 4.0 and Fair Use for Educational Purposes In my previous posts, I shared how my teaching partner James and I prepare students for reading There There and how we teach the novel’s Prologue. In […]

In a school funding lawsuit, Edelblut avoids defining ‘adequate education’ – New Hampshire Bulletin

The latest lawsuit challenging New Hampshire’s school funding model hinges on a key question: How much must the state pay to provide a constitutionally adequate education? Testimony Tuesday by Department of Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut suggests that the answer may be hard for a judge to lock down. During more than an hour of questioning […]

Free Rhetorical Analysis Unit | huffenglish.com

Free Rhetorical Analysis Unit | huffenglish.com I recently found myself in the position of having to teach AP English Language for about five weeks. I won’t get into why that happened. I have never taught AP Lang. I think I’ve taught just about everything else! I decided it would be a good opportunity to do […]

Point Spread Definition, Examples

A point spread is a bet on the margin of victory in a sporting event. It’s the most popular bet type in basketball and football. The perceived stronger team (the favorite) must win by a certain number of points/runs/goals to cash your bet. The worse team (the underdog) can lose by fewer than that same […]

The Education Department’s new third-party services definition won’t go into effect until September

Listen to the article 6 min This audio is auto-generated. Please let us know if you have feedback. Acknowledging widespread concern from colleges, contractors and associations, the US Department of Education is pushing back by four months — until September — the start date for a broadened definition of organizations that are third-party servicers under […]