Monthly Archives: January 2016

Data and Interpretation

So my student numbers for the semester have finally settled down after a couple of weeks of adds and drops. As it stands I have 61 students in 3 sections. ¬†From these 3 sections, I have the following numbers to … Continue reading

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Don’t stand in line…

So I’m gonna talk about the upcoming primary and election and a lot about Bernie Sanders. First I want to put forth three examples/pieces of evidence related to the topic. a) Robert Reich’s analysis of the last Democratic Debate. ¬†Specifically, … Continue reading

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