By Cindy Woodruff, PSC Founder and President You could almost hear the sighs of relief as hundreds of teens completed their presentations at the annual Maryland History Day Competition on April 27. Held at University of Maryland Baltimore County, this program is sponsored by the Maryland Humanities Council with this year’s theme: Turning Points in […]
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By Wendy Smith How do we talk to children about immigration? What is the right way to explain that almost all citizens of our country are descendants of immigrants, all coming to this continent in search of a better life, or in attempt to escape some kind of cruelty, but new immigrants are now rarely […]
By guest blogger Jennifer Warren Two years ago, I began working at a preschool to pay the bills while I was a full time graduate student in library and information sciences. However, upon graduation I decided to continue working part-time at a preschool while also working at Longview Public Library. I love both of my […]
By Laura Williams In the wake of the Newtown massacre, I grieved with shock along with the rest of our nation and world, but particularly with my fellow educators. The Monday after the Sandy Hook tragedy, I walked into my classroom and considered where I would hide my own students in the event of such […]
By Stephen Gaede It’s the start of a New Year, and time to make New Year’s Resolutions. What’s yours? If you said to lose weight, get organized, or save money, then your resolution is in the top 10 list of the most popular resolutions according to the University of Scranton: (more…)