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October 2020

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“A political classroom is not a partisan classroom.” – Caroline Blackwell, NAIS Vice President of Equity and Justice A week from today is Election Day, and this year’s election is one that will likely enjoy some of the highest participation in the democratic process from Americans in recent history. At Roycemore, students have been engaging...
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Parents and grandparents… think back. Think back to your childhood. What are your memories about how you spent your time when not at school? I grew up in a suburb of Columbus, Ohio in the 70s and 80s. I walked to my elementary school, took a bus to middle school, and then again, walked to...
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Photo by Jason Leung on Unsplash   “Ideas are like rabbits. You get a couple and learn how to handle them, and pretty soon you have a dozen.” – John Steinbeck(as quoted in his biography by Jay Parini) The impact of COVID-19 on our world will likely be one of the most significant global events...
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Like many, in early March, when Roycemore and thousands of schools all across America were forced to operate school remotely, I held the belief that we would soon be back to school on campus and back to “normal.”  Over time, as we gained a greater understanding of COVID-19, how contagious it is, and how the...
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