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I know that I have school colleagues whose summer vacation is more than three weeks off (my wife, sadly, is one of these). But I
Our feature article this week comes from Charlie Bradshaw, the CANE President-elect, who teaches at Wahconah Regional High School in Dalton, Massachusetts. Sometimes the incredibly
As the end of the year approaches (two weeks for me, but I know a lot of you will be in the trenches until late
I love learning about Roman food and tying it into classroom activities. Therefore, I will take this opportunity to review a few websites on Roman
Virtually all of us teach Latin, Greek, or both to beginning students. We constantly encourage and press these students (indeed all our students) to work
If, like me, you’re fond of flipping through old dictionaries filled with obsolete words (I mean, I’m not the only person who does that… right?),