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After a lackluster response to my most recent unit on the Industrial Revolution — who knew I could be so excited to investigate the relationship between industrialization, progress, capitalism, and justice, while my students could be so apathetic? — I...

Coming up: 2016-17 Fellowship!

You may have noticed that we’ve taken a bit of a hiatus from the blog as of late. We’ve actually been working on a book (!) for the past few months, and Julie welcomed a new baby boy last week, so things have been busy. What we’re most excited about,...

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Throwback Thursday: Why School?

Last year, each week during the summer we posted about some great reads!  Before we kick off this year’s club, we’re retiring to some of the top hits from last year.  This week, we return to one of the best books from last year’s list: the short (51...