In Defense of a Dutch Education Reform: Why Graduating High School Should Not Have Been That Much Work

About a month ago, I first read about the possibility of a “customized” secondary school diploma in the near future, meaning that students would be able to graduate in subjects on different levels. Paul Rosenmöller, chairman of the Secondary Education Council (VO-raad), wants to implement this proposition soon. Aside from a few hang-ups, I amContinue reading “In Defense of a Dutch Education Reform: Why Graduating High School Should Not Have Been That Much Work”

Hozier – Hozier: A Review

I was rather late to join the Hozier bandwagon. So late, in fact, that when I recently sang Take Me To Church at the top of my lungs, my 11-year-old sister was baffled I even knew the song. (Is my pop culture knowledge now, at the tender age of 19, inferior to that of anContinue reading “Hozier – Hozier: A Review”