I Love You but You Didn’t Do the Reading

[Editor’s Note: We at ILYBYGTH are happy to announce a new feature, “I Love You but You Didn’t Do the Reading.”  In this weekly column, we’ll point out stories of interest to SAGLRROILYBYGTH, a sort of “in case you missed it” list.  Will we be able to keep it up?  Who knows.  But let’s give it a try and see if people like it.  Suggestions for readings are always welcome to our editorial desk: alaats AT binghamton DOT edu .]

December Fourteenth, 2015

reading medieval island

Words, words, words…

What did you miss out there? A few stories that caught our eye this past week:

If this Texas girl was not really banned from praying in school, why does Senator Cruz keep saying she was?

Peter Greene: Every Student Succeeds Act woefully misunderstands the art & science of teaching.

Seth Rogen says Christians don’t mind his blasphemous humor. Christians disagree.

John Fea: It’s not hypocritical to pray after a tragedy.

What is happening to No Child Left Behind?  Is the reauthorization really a conservative victory?

Should scholars focus on producing knowledge about climate change or on swaying politicians’ opinions about it?

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