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Will Fitzhugh

Commentary on the state of history and the essay in Secondary Education

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Washington Post Post education blogger Valerie Strauss shares Will's piece, "The forgotten factor in student achievement: the student" Michael Shaughnessy interviews TCR Author Calie Hoon Once Upon a Time in America...
The Atlantic Why Are We Afraid to Show Off Our Brightest Students?, by Will Fitzhugh.
American School Board Journal American School Board Journal Q & A with Will Fitzhugh.
Education Week Speed Kills, by Will Fitzhugh.
American Educator Logo Academic Questions features Will's article, "High School Flight from Reading and Writing".
American Educator Logo American Educator features Will's article, "Meaningful Work: How the History Research Paper Prepares Students for College and Life".

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