The Blog

As a newspaper columnist, Nancy Devlin, Ph.D. has written over 700 articles on subjects related to education and parenting. Welcome to her Classroom!

Encouragement: Children Need It; Teachers Need It; Parents Need It.

Being  encouraged  makes us feel good and when we feel  good about ourselves we function better.  We need to find ways to help our  students  feel  good about themselves  also.   Many  of  our students are discouraged and discouraged students have … Continue reading

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Announcing the publication of my latest book

CASSANDRA’S CLASSROOM:  INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR EDUCATION REFORM Now available through the Publisher, AuthorHouse.com, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble. Available as an e-book or a paperback.

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Women in Education

Women have difficulty advancing up the career ladder in many professions.   Education  is  no exception even though it  is  a field  heavily  staffed by women.   Most of  the  decision-making administrative   positions  of   superintendent,   assistant superintendent and principal are held by … Continue reading

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