Chancellor Marye Anne Fox was "disappointed" in Phil Donohue's NCSU commencement address.
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Arnold Kling says, "Schools ought to be accountable to parents. I think that much of what is wrong with public schools today can be traced to the ways in which parents have become dis-empowered by politicians and special interests . . ." The Door agrees and has argued for some time now that improvement would follow smaller classes, smaller schools, and smaller school districts.
"Astrology is lame and Myers-Briggs is for losers. The omniscient Oracle of Starbucks can tell you everything about your personality by what you drink at Starbucks."
Stop me before I brainstorm again: Kerry pushes mandatory national public service.
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One reason why smart students may feel insecure: the imposter phenomenon.