[Itech] Fwd: Class Differences in Parenting; LA’s New PlayMaker School; and Why You May Not Have to Worry About Information Overload …

Teresa Franklin franklit at ohio.edu
Tue Oct 2 09:04:11 EDT 2012

Graduates (especially those who are teachers in K-12),

You may want to take a look at the first article on this website.

Dr. Franklin

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