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Stories by Lory Hough

By Lory Hough 01/26/2010 5:56 AM EST
Susan Johnson
New teachers and experienced teachers. In some ways, they are at the opposite ends of the teaching spectrum. However, both can, and do, struggle. Who better to guide them than other teachers?
By Lory Hough 01/25/2010 7:08 AM EST
Illustration, horse with carriage
By Lory Hough 01/21/2010 1:00 PM EST
Tom Hehir
Professor Tom Hehir invites "Ed." to his home's rooftop garden.
By Lory Hough 09/29/2009 12:00 AM EDT
Jim Gray
Jim Gray, Ed.M.'94, Ed.D.'99, found his own way to combine education and fun: as director of learning at LeapFrog, the technology-based toy company based in Emeryville, Calif., just east of San Francisco.
By Lory Hough 09/29/2009 12:00 AM EDT
Jim Gray
Jim Gray, Ed.M.'94, Ed.D.'99, found his own way to combine education and fun: as director of learning at LeapFrog, the technology-based toy company based in Emeryville, Calif., just east of San Francisco.
By Lory Hough 09/25/2009 12:10 PM EDT
Raygine DiAquoi
She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and attended public schools until the sixth grade when her parents, wanting her to have every opportunity, sent her to the Hewitt School, a private school for girls on the Upper East Side.
By Lory Hough 09/25/2009 12:05 PM EDT
Dalai Lama
By Lory Hough 09/25/2009 11:21 AM EDT
Forgotten Schools Remembered
By Lory Hough 09/25/2009 11:01 AM EDT
David Perkins Fall 09
Growing up, Professor David Perkins wasn't especially good at baseball.Yet it was America's national pastime that Perkins turned to when he started writing his recent book, "Making Learning Whole."
By Lory Hough 09/23/2009 9:43 AM EDT
Illustration by Cathy Gendron

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