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|Ala||Best feeder for orioels The first summer I used this feeder I placed it in the woods, and thus missed seeing the orioels I am sure were feeding from it. The second year I placed it up by my deck and close to a natural woodsy area of our yard, right beside a hummingbird feeder. For some reason, the orioels tried to feed from the hummingbird feeder and the hummingbirds went for the oriole feeder. Once I placed grape jelly and an orange on the top of this feeder, those orioels got smarter in a hurry.That summer I noticed an oriole kept landing in the big cottonwood tree in my backyard, and I often saw him at the very end of a branch. Turns out there was a nest hidden in a cluster of large leaves at the end of that branch. One Saturday morning I got to see dad encourage one of the babies to come out of the nest.So would I recommend this feeder? You bet . . . it's not every day you get to see a baby oriole leave his nest. Be sure to keep the feeder stocked in grape jelly. They loved it! My oriole clung to the stem of this feeder and bent over to slurp up the jelly. I recommend buying the grape jelly in the squeeze bottle, and be sure to label it so the kids don't use it for their sandwiches.Lynette Fleming, Coauthor of Lunch Buddies: Buddy Up for a Better Diet|
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|Karene||Yes, thanks for tclkaing the honors issue. Differentiation is nice in theory. HOWEVER, I have not seen it at my daughter's school (and Rachel, I'd be happy to talk more with you about it offline, so as not to call out a specific school in public ), and her current teacher IS THE GATE COORDINATOR. It's VERY hard with a class of 33 kids to have honestly differentiated instruction which addresses the needs of kids whose skill/proficiency level ranges from several years below grade level to several years above.Math is my biggest pet peeve, though reading has proven to be an issue this year as well (none of the offerings in my daughter's 5th grade class were above a 5th grade level, and many were 4th or below. )On 2 of the tours I went on (and I visited a wide variety of schools!) I was told explicitly by staff and/or administration that it was a policy decision in the school to discontinue the honors program for reasons of social justice. So, whatever guidance is given at the central level is apparently only suggestions, and schools get to do what they want. At a meeting I attended some time ago with parents and administration involved with GATE, I was also informed that the elementary schools are NOT REQUIRED to evaluate children for GATE, and that while many do, not all choose to do so. (Not sure of the accuracy of this, but I recall seeing that J. Serra listed no GATE identified students, which does seem in line with the decision not to evaluate.) Michelle [url= [link=|