*+-Vermont Digger contributor Telly Halkias has attained membership in the American Theatre Critics Association (ATCA).
*+-While some have anointed the casual blogger a citizen journalist, there still remains a chasm of standards between the two, most notably in the framework and the rigor with which information is presented to the public.
*+-Finally, after weeks of Beltway political theater, and my telling anyone who would listen that the Bergdahl affair is a long, long way from being over, the Pentagon announced that it has opened a formal investigation into the case.
*+-Recently, I read a report on several states tinkering with how to allot their votes in the Electoral College, and I’m convinced the way we elect our presidents needs reform.
*+-Eleven years ago this month, my world became an emptier place. On May 19, 2003, my friend Dominic was killed in Iraq.
*+-But how to teach math in the Digital Age, and just as importantly, how to learn it? It turns out the best new method is really the oldest.
*+- The longtime national debate on improving mathematics performance in our schools has drifted away from some of the truths of teaching and learning this subject.