On September 17, 1787, 38 of the 41 present delegates at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia signed the United States Constitution, paving the way for its adoption when nine of the 13 states ratified it. Debate over how to replace the Articles of Confederation was fierce, with sharp disagreement over the issue of state representation in Congress.
September 13, 2013
Every Friday we compile our favorite education blog posts from the week.
Can middle school students handle classic literature? David O’Shell says yes, and argues that introducing young students into the study of literature pays dividends. Plus, on his blog The Living Teacher, O’Shell explains the role of classic literature in education.
“The secret anniversaries of the heart”: Lee Ann Potter writes about the catharsis of reading and writing poetry.
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