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Stepping Back from Overparenting: A Stanford Dean’s Perspective

When Julie Lythcott-Haims was dean of freshman at Stanford, she saw troubling behavior from some of the most accomplished students in the country. Students would involve their parents — and parents would involve themselves — in every aspect of the student’s life and school work at a time when these young adults were supposed to exercise greater independence.

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Marear la perdiz

Marear la perdiz es una expresión española para indicar que alguien demora o retrasa más de la cuenta y con intención algo que hay que hacer o que se tiene que decir.

Just What the Heck Was That XQ Super School Live Special?

Thank goodness Justin Timberlake received an education. Otherwise, he may not have been able to read from a teleprompter.

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Not Comfortable Talking About Race in the Classroom? Let Your Students Lead the Conversation

From Silicon Valley to Charlottesville, race and diversity have been at the forefront of nation-wide conversations. It’s something kids can’t ignore when they walk through school doors. But it can be an uncomfortable topic for teachers—let alone those who don’t share the same upbringing or background as their students.

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Biblioteca digital Aranduverá de Paraguay

Aranduverá es una palabra escrita en idioma guaraní. Es un término compuesto, polisémico, conformado por las palabras arandu+vera (se pronuncian aranduverá, con acento agudo).
En este caso en particular, aranduvera es “conocimiento brillante o iluminado” no en el sentido de lo “iluminado” como concepto de único sino en el de otorgarle al conocimiento el brillo necesario para que sea visualizado,

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