Category Archives: John Dell at Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson TJHSST is not for placing out of stem in college

In the Washington Post two letters on the John Dell article on remediation argue for different views of TJ’s role.  One letter is by a person who used their education at TJ to place out of STEM in college. They … Continue reading

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Re: An uneven base of knowledge at Thomas Jefferson High School

Washington Post editorial on Thomas Jefferson High School of Science and Technology. An uneven base of knowledge at Thomas Jefferson High School The Post editorial is a continuation of the John Dell op ed about remedial math. A simple solution … Continue reading

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Re Dyanne Smith Thomas Jefferson High School is not for all

Dyanne Smith’s  “Thomas Jefferson High School is not for all” is an excellent letter from a parent of a graduate of Thomas Jefferson in support of John Dell’s Washington Post op ed on teaching remedial math at Thomas Jefferson High … Continue reading

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Re: WaPo John Dell The new Thomas Jefferson? It includes remedial math

John Dell has written an opinion piece at the Washington Post on Thomas Jefferson High School in Virginia. “The new Thomas Jefferson? It includes remedial math” “The writer has taught physics at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology … Continue reading

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