Jason Dubow  

Created on September 28, 2010
Posts written: 48

LearnMe is a forty-something native New Yorker, father of two, husband to one, sibling of six. He teaches writing and literature at St. Francis College. He is, in theory, a fiction writer (perhaps some day the "in theory" won't be necessary; this is the plan). He loves to cook, reads a lot, and is a serious Red Sox fan.

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Learn more »Thanks Giving

Thanks Giving

Sorrow, Ghosts, Epiphanies
"It is as if I am missing, am mourning, myself." Read More

Learn more »Rock On

Rock On

The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: A Lament
“Why so threatened? Why so scared? Who so unreceptive to change?”Read More

Learn more »What Ain’t

What Ain’t

Mistakes Are Made OR Something Has to Give
“How is it possible to have an over-scheduled home school child? Why aren’t we having more fun?”Read More

Learn more »The Thrill is Gone

The Thrill is Gone

Schools, Wilton CT, and Opportunity Costs
“May he be a great learner and a great teacher.” Read More

Learn more »Youth Referred

Youth Referred

The Father of the “Truant” Speaks
“Are we bad parents?”Read More

Learn more »Verging on Hysteria

Verging on Hysteria

An Amicable Conversation About Home School “Issues”
“So you’ll just tell him that you want to try something new and nutty?”Read More

Learn more »Who’s the Asshole?

Who’s the Asshole?

The Psychopathology of Free Writing
“Does right always start off right?” Read More

Learn more »It’s Alive!

It’s Alive!

Introducing the Blog Itself
“If a child is home schooled in Brooklyn and the experience isn’t documented publicly in excruciating (loving!) detail, does the kid get any education at all?”Read More

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