Harry Hurst Middle School teacher Julie Rexford was recently named the Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educators (LACUE) State Middle School Teacher of the Year for Louisiana at their annual LACUE conference in New Orleans. Rexford previously won the Region I Teacher of the Year and was honored at the state level for the level of implementation of technology in her classroom.
Reviewed by Collin Barrios The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli is a nonfiction political philosophy book that comments on the political structure of sixteenth-century Europe. Machiavelli wrote this book as an attempt to prove to Lorenzo […]
Reviewed by Luke Elliott The Science Book by Clifford A. Pickover is an interesting book about great scientific advancements throughout history. Starting as far back as 18,000 BCE and ending as recent as 2017, all […]
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