All posts tagged "Massachusetts"

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    Louder voices against common core

    Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Georgia — three states that received failing grades by Harvard’s Director of the Program on Educational Policy and Governance Paul Peterson in his “State Proficiency Standards Strength” evaluation — are forced by Common Core...

    • Posted May 4, 2015
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    Massachusetts’ 1st Korean judge balances identity, education and social intelligence

    By Brian Han When Eleanor Coe Sinnott was first appointed as a judge in 2006, she wasn’t aware of the fact that she was also the first Korean in Massachusetts to hold that title. “I was told...

    • Posted December 30, 2014
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  • Attorney Myong J. Joun.
    Mass. Governor’s Council to vote on first-ever Korean American judge

    Massachusetts may soon see its first-ever Korean American judge. Myong J. Joun, 43, is a civil rights attorney who was nominated to a seat in the Boston Municipal Court by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick. The Governor’s Council...

    • Posted September 23, 2014
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    For Korean students, it is Harvard, MIT all the way

    No matter how trends change, it is still Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology all the way for Korean students. That has held true even as the number of Korean students heading overseas for their...

    • Posted November 18, 2013
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