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The nation searches for answers to problems in public secondary education. Colbians question some tactics, offer solutions.
Alex Quigley '99 finds hope and despair in the Mississippi Delta
A Ray of Hope
Brittany Ray '93 inspires where she found inspiration
An Education CEO
Robert Furek '64 brings accountability to Hartford schools
James Verrilli '83 fashions a school for inner-city Newark
Perspectives on Reform
Eleanor Duckworth '57 and Carl Glickman '68 comment on educational reform; alumni, faculty, and students provide insight on reform and the purpose of education.
If the story is about education, why are we talking about race?
Take alcohol out of class notes; cheers for Colin MacKay, hospitality in Iowa; the Vietnam War debate continues.
Gleanings from Earl Smith's campus newsletter, FYI, including Michael Donihue '79 and Randy Nelson on economics of Oscars, Michael Daisey '96 and his one-man show; Raffael Scheck goes worldwide; Guilain Denoeux's commentary joins presidential ranks.
A Stroke Ahead
Player of the Year
Mother Speaks on Racism
Honors the Late Morton A. Brody
Crash Claims Edson V. Mitchell '75
by the Numbers
McMurrich '01 is All Heart
Makes Colby Computers Connect
Dies at 66
All That Jazz
Pen to Paper
Alumni Club Circuit
Dale Kuhnert '68
Judith Kenoyer Stoy '71
Gwynelle Dismukes '73
Morgan Filler '97
Kathryn Johnson '00
Ben Ling's Life
Sandy Maisel (government) fondly remembers a favorite student.
HOW SHOULD WE TEACH?
Small Triumphs: Alex Quigley '99 finds reason for both hope and despair in the Mississippi Delta
A Ray of Hope: Brittany Ray '93 inspires where she found her inspiration
An Education CEO: Robert Furek '65 brings accountability to Hartford public schools
Charting Success: James Verrilli '83 directs charter school turn-around in Newark
Perspectives on Reform: Colby experts discuss reform and the purpose of education
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