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Another storm is bearing down on us. And I’m sick to boot. So, instead of a post by me, you’re being treated to a good op-ed piece that I found in the Boston Globe this morning, “Navigating the grammatical thicket” … Continue reading →
While we’re on the topic of applying to college, I wanted to direct you all to a great article I read in the Boston Globe last week, “The art of getting into an elite school.” It ties into a big … Continue reading →
Back on June 19th, I posted an article about soon-to-be high school seniors enjoying at least a little part of the summer before starting in earnest the college application process. I hope they all did, because – guess what – … Continue reading →
So, I’m feeling vindicated. Back on June 29, I posted a piece “What cost poor grammar?” It was about how employers are realizing that their employees have issues – not with technology, but with the basics of grammar and spelling. … Continue reading →
Never have I been so gleeful and yet so disturbed to read something as I was today. (Okay, the glee stems only from the services I offer as The Polished Paragraph.) Anyway, earlier this month, Wall Street Journal columnist Sue … Continue reading →
It’s begun. My kid isn’t even out of school till tomorrow, but the newspapers are already starting to print stories about what high school juniors need to do to get ready to apply for college this coming fall – their … Continue reading →