May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month

To the Editor: May is Lyme Disease Awareness month. There is much yet to be understood and discovered about Lyme, ie Borrelia, and co-infections carried by ticks and other vectors. A vector-borne illness, ie Lyme, could be the root cause of a condition you may have been told you have. Lyme is called the great […]

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Inclusion report leaves unanswered questions

To the Editor: It will be four years this October since the Freeman Panel released its 78-page report (“Disrupting the Status Quo…”.) In it , the term “differentiated instruction” was used more than 20 times. The term “congregated classes” was used only twice. In the just released report on inclusion, “Students first…” there is mention […]

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