Shakespeare and Today’s Political Climate

Dec 5, 2019

So much about the nature of education has changed in the last generation. Technology is more prevalent than ever. The focus on STEM has reoriented our approach to knowledge. Even elementary school math is different. Still, the presence of William Shakespeare on the curricula of high school English classes remains constant. Most Americans have a […]

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