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Online Education Sites vs. Brick-And-Mortar Schools

English and history faculty member Mike Kalin recently wrote a piece on WBUR.org’s Cognoscenti section. He posed the question, “Are Teachers In Brick-And-Mortar Schools Even Necessary?” Read more below. Khan Academy, an educational website created in 2006 by a former … Continue reading

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A Teacher’s Impact

On Saturday, May 12, members of the Class of 1987 – on campus to celebrate their 25th reunion -  presented the Coggeshall Award posthumously to former faculty member Peter Mansfield. Surrounded by Peter’s family, as well as classmates and others … Continue reading

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