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Computerized Confessions: Biographies and Wedding Toasts in the Digital Age

Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Biographers have relied on handwritten letters for centuries, but more and more, they're using emails, texts and online chats to tell the story of a person's life.

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Schoolbook

Bill Gates Should Not Micro-Manage Our Schools

Friday, May 17, 2013

"In regards to education policy, Bill Gates ought to have a loud voice in his school district, but a quieter one in mine." So says a father and Fordham professor who argues the Common Core learning standards, while positive, should not be imposed uniformly upon all schools and teachers.

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Gates Defends Teachers, Denounces Public 'Shaming'

Thursday, February 23, 2012

In an opinion article in Thursday's New York Times, Bill Gates -- famous for Microsoft and his Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, a deep-pocketed supporter of causes related to school reform, including more accountability for teachers -- comes out strongly against the release of teacher data reports, calling it a public shaming of teachers.

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