Category Archives: Research

Education Talks at Socialism 2012

At the end of each school year, I start the summer off by attending the annual Socialism Conference, held in Chicago, usually the last weekend of June or first weekend of July.  If you are a progressive educator, I HIGHLY … Continue reading

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School Desegregation: Lessons of the Boston Experience and General Results

NOTE: The following is a research paper I submitted for a class on Issues in American Education in 1999.  Despite the age of the document, I think most of the points and the conclusion have stood the test of time.  … Continue reading

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Foreign Language Education at the Elementary School Level

I wrote the following seven years ago, as the culminating paper of my master’s degree work.  I publish it here and now for two reasons: 1) because I feel guilty for not publishing anything for a month; 2) so that … Continue reading

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