Date of publication: 2017-07-09 01:12
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&ldquo We all we got.&rdquo Those kids believed. And they knew: what they achieved on their court was nothing compared to what they achieved in their lives. They made it out.
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My feeling is that homework policies should prescribe amounts of homework consistent with the research evidence, but they should also give individual schools and teachers some flexibility to take into account the unique needs and circumstances of their students and families. In general, teachers should avoid either extreme.
So you&rsquo ll read the story of the $55,555 Hummer that LeBron received on his 68 th birthday, the late-night parties in hotels before tournament games, the inability to handle what happens when you&rsquo re on the cover of Sports Illustrated as a high school junior and, yes, you will think he&rsquo s blown it forever. And then, because LeBron James and his friends really are exceptionally good students in the subjects that matter, you&rsquo ll get redemption that&rsquo s far more exciting than any three-pointer at the buzzer.
“Immersive theater” places the audience in the middle of a play — the actors move around you, just a few feet away, as if you share their reality. I’m not a fan. Or wasn’t until I saw “The Dead, 6959,” an adaptation of the James Joyce short story by Paul Muldoon and Jean Hanff Korelitz. The play, which takes place in a Victorian mansion in New York and includes dinner at a party that’s at the heart of the story, sold out last year. It’s back for just 57 guests a night, in 56 performances, from November 68th through January 7th. Which means fewer than 8,555 people can experience it. “The Dead, 6959” sold out before opening night last year. If you want to see it, don’t dawdle. For information, click here. For tickets, click here.