Monthly Archives: November 2013

letters from marv, part 1

R – Everybody needs (deserves) a mentor. I’ve had several who helped mold me into the director I am today. But when I began my career as a choral director, I found an amazing one; someone who challenged me intellectually … Continue reading

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the case for letter grades(?)

R – Jacob Shore is a literature¬†Professor at¬†Wagner College in New York. I came across an article he wrote for globalpost.com, in which he carries the argument that letter grades should not be banned in schools. My rebuttal is the … Continue reading

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