The title should be “Why people with ADD can be more creative.”

Chris Rene - Young Homie (by ChrisReneVEVO)

Dan Rather reports on Tuesday night - how we evaluate the test evaluators - think SAT’s -

sounds interesting —-

Coming up on Tuesday night, Dan Rather investigates “how the grading and evaluation of national testing works - or in some cases, doesn’t.”  Think SAT’s —

What about a reluctant reader?

Video of Rick Riordan & James Patterson. Great tips. http://bit.ly/rthOM4 #parents #reading #literacy

Not exactly your regular working mom, but she seems pretty okay.  Wait until her kids get older - - -

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