Education Through Entertainment

The World Will Little Note Nor Long Remember... Today in 1863

Posted on Tue, Nov 19, 2013

One hundred and fifty years ago today, a tall thin man, weak and dizzy from an as yet undiagnosed case of smallpox, rose from a temporary platform to face a crowd of onlookers beneath a cold and drizzly gray sky. He was there to deliver “a few remarks” in dedication of an as yet unfinished cemetery. The previous speaker was Edward Everett renowned orator and the the main featured attraction that bleak morning.

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On Being Lincoln – A Quarter Century of School Assemblies

Posted on Mon, Oct 14, 2013

I wasn't always Lincoln.

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Twenty Five Years of Abraham Lincoln School Assemblies

Posted on Wed, Aug 1, 2012

It is August first, and in some parts of the country, schools are going back into session as early as next week. Can you hear the groans? And the snickers, too, from the kids whose districts have another month before they start up again. But all too soon, schools across the country will once more be in session.

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