Keep Catching Apes And Silly Elephants: Don’t Forget Those Silly Elephants

My husband is a professor at a seminary, teaching master’s degree students.  He holds a PhD in Religion from Temple University.  We were married the entire time he was getting his PhD, and we have spoken a lot about education since both of us are heavily involved in that field, though at very different levels. I had an epiphany the other day that I’d like to share.  I realized that it’s not my fault.  I didn’t know any better. In high school and college, given a research paper in nursing, history, music, or almost anything else, I could write a paper that would get an A.  However, there were a few professors whom I just couldn’t please.  These tended to be in…