Holiday Inn Express Woonsocket
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Friday. Our first full day in Boston. It is about 20 degrees cooler here than in Italy, so some wardrobe adjustments are necessary. Trees are turning - autumn is lurking. Little by little, the leaves are loosing their summer's grip. This morning we headed for a tour of the house where John F. Kennedy was born. It is within walking distance of the little inn where we are staying. It was pretty neat seeing the room and very bed where he was born in 1917. Sadly, we will never ...
... or all of the time..either way it's too much." Patrick said there has been a huge shift in the system. Schools are now run by business people not educationalists, or even people who know about kids. We talked about a similar shift at home and how the academies and free school movement can add to the pressure and dilution of the educational landscape. The crux of the challenge for us as leaders is that the 'trust' or company is there to make money, the ...
... from full courses to support teachers maintaining their registration to short snap shots to help parents. They are currently devising a range of 1-2 minute clips as their research shows lots of parents and professionals want a more on-demand way of accessing material, but on handheld devices, when they have a moment to spare. This is totally I keeping with the way the world is moving and the time demands that professionals are already under. I hope some of my colleagues ...
If you're reading this and can tell me what the point of two things are, I'll take your considerations to change my mind. 1. Public transportation schedules. These vehicles are NEVER on the scheduled time so why post a time that they should be. Maybe it's just my horrible luck that makes me just miss a bus/train and expect it to come in the following 1-3 min and then end up waiting 10-15 for said ...
... eye opening and taught me a lot about myself.
Once the semester started in Spring, I went about my usual business. That was until I got an email about an information session for a study abroad program for Spain in the summer. At first I ignored it but then the more I thought about it, the more the idea of escaping for 4-6 weeks became a possibility. During the info session, my mind was reeling on how I would be able to swing leaving behind all my ...