Short Stay Hotels- 2 hours of – sleep – and move on

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Short Stay Hotels- 2 hours of sleep and move on out!

Just incase you did a search for this place, The Kew Motor Inn is the same as Kew Motor Inn.
now. hmm hmmm hmmm

what are you doing looking up this joint huh?

for that matter, what am i doing writing about this joint?

This joint is always packed. There are always a bunch of cars parked out in the private lot and sometimes, dare i say, it can be hard to get a parking spot!

if your friends don t mind a little bit of travel, this place is perrrrfect for a costume birthday party!* Why bother decorating your apartment some Safari theme when theres a hotel room that has already done it for you?
or do you prefer Arabian Nights theme? how about something more futuristic with mirrors and reflecting glass everywhere?

well, you can also bring in your fancy someone-someone and have a few hours of fun too. **

yes, they do charge at an hourly rate. and yes, minors are not allowed (ID is checked)***

its clean and super sanitized. good luck getting a room on Valentines Day!

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*of course this is the reason why I went there. Isnt it the same reason you re going there too?
** I thought so. Go on and book the Arabian Room. Your special friend will like it.
***Safety is important! of course it goes to show that mayyyybeeee you might run into rather unsavory folks in the hallways. But at least you know that burly, scary, puffed-up-chest-haired man is over 18!

Just incase you did a search for this place, The Kew Motor Inn is the same as Kew Motor Inn.
now. hmm hmmm hmmm

what are you doing looking up this joint huh?

for that matter, what am i doing writing about this joint?

This joint is always packed. There are always a bunch of cars parked out in the private lot and sometimes, dare i say, it can be hard to get a parking spot!

if your friends don t mind a little bit of travel, this place is perrrrfect for a costume birthday party!* Why bother decorating your apartment some Safari theme when theres a hotel room that has already done it for you?
or do you prefer Arabian Nights theme? how about something more futuristic with mirrors and reflecting glass everywhere?

well, you can also bring in your fancy someone-someone and have a few hours of fun too. **

yes, they do charge at an hourly rate. and yes, minors are not allowed (ID is checked)***

its clean and super sanitized. good luck getting a room on Valentines Day!

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*of course this is the reason why I went there. Isnt it the same reason you re going there too?
** I thought so. Go on and book the Arabian Room. Your special friend will like it.
***Safety is important! of course it goes to show that mayyyybeeee you might run into rather unsavory folks in the hallways. But at least you know that burly, scary, puffed-up-chest-haired man is over 18!

Did you try driving up north to Kew Motor Inn and it was full? and. you and your special friend could nt wait half an hour? Well, then come on down Grand Central and stay here at the fabulous Par-Central Motor Inn for 3 hours!

yes, it does charge at an hourly rate. safe and discreet, this place is a serious joint.

The parking lot is big, the rooms are clean and spacious and there always seems to be a bunch of cars parked here. Hm. i guess business is good.

No themed rooms here. This place is strictly business as its. not really close to a convention center. or the airport.
So good, because you won t find your Arabian Nights theme here. But you can find the Bleached and Sanitized 8 Times A Day theme here.

Did you try driving up north to Kew Motor Inn and it was full? and. you and your special friend could nt wait half an hour? Well, then come on down Grand Central and stay here at the fabulous Par-Central Motor Inn for 3 hours!

yes, it does charge at an hourly rate. safe and discreet, this place is a serious joint.

The parking lot is big, the rooms are clean and spacious and there always seems to be a bunch of cars parked here. Hm. i guess business is good.

No themed rooms here. This place is strictly business as its. not really close to a convention center. or the airport.
So good, because you won t find your Arabian Nights theme here. But you can find the Bleached and Sanitized 8 Times A Day theme here.

its still cheap, but for the neighborhood, I was expecting cheaper.

I dont really like this place. Its cheap for the neighborhood, but the service sucks.

The rooms arent very special. Not terribly spacious and also not too small. For some odd odd reason the hotel doesnt turn on the heat. in winter. If you re freezing your toes off, call the front desk and ask for more blankets.

and yes. there are many ways to order a room. Hourly* and nightly are both available. mmmhmmmmmmmm

*if you order by the hour, then expect the service to be stingy and a tad mean. oh they ll bring you that blanket. two minutes before your hour session is over and your nether regions have officially frozen off

** but dont expect some awesome themed rooms. none of that good stuff available. look elsewhere for the spiderman room.

its still cheap, but for the neighborhood, I was expecting cheaper.

I dont really like this place. Its cheap for the neighborhood, but the service sucks.

The rooms arent very special. Not terribly spacious and also not too small. For some odd odd reason the hotel doesnt turn on the heat. in winter. If you re freezing your toes off, call the front desk and ask for more blankets.

and yes. there are many ways to order a room. Hourly* and nightly are both available. mmmhmmmmmmmm

*if you order by the hour, then expect the service to be stingy and a tad mean. oh they ll bring you that blanket. two minutes before your hour session is over and your nether regions have officially frozen off

** but dont expect some awesome themed rooms. none of that good stuff available. look elsewhere for the spiderman room.





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In Memory of Jean Anyon

Dr. Jean Anyon passed away on September 7, 2013.

Her students have started the “Letters to Jean” blog in her memory. Colleagues, students, and friends can share their stories, pictures, and videos on this blog.

Also, a scholarship fund has been established in Jean Anyon’s name towards helping current students in the Urban Education program at the CUNY Graduate Center.

Jean Anyon

Professor of Social and Educational Policy

Books

Selected Articles

Anyon, Jean. 1980. “Social Class and the Hidden Curriculum of Work.” Journal of Education 162 (1): 67-92

Social Class and School Knowledge PDF

Anyon, Jean. 1981. “Social Class and School Knowledge.” Curriculum Inquiry 11 (1): 3–42.

Teacher Development and Reform in an Inner-City School

Anyon, Jean. 1994. “Teacher Development and Reform in an Inner-City School.” Teachers College Record 96: 14–31.

Race, Social Class, and Educational Reform in an Inner-City School

Anyon, Jean. 1995. “Race, Social Class, and Educational Reform in an Inner-City School.” Teachers College Record 97: 69–94.

What ‘Counts’ as Educational Policy? Notes Toward a New Paradigm PDF

Anyon, Jean. 2005. “What ‘Counts’ as Educational Policy? Notes Toward a New Paradigm.” Harvard Educational Review 75 (Spring): 65–88.

NCLB as an anti-poverty program PDF

Anyon, Jean, and Kiersten Greene. 2007. “No Child Left Behind as an Anti-Poverty Measure.” Teacher Education Quarterly 34 (Spring): 157–162.

Courses

Fall 2012: Pedagogy in Urban Classrooms

This course examines the relationships between political, economic, cultural, and educational contexts and what occurs in urban schools and classrooms. The course defines pedagogy broadly, as consequences of sets of relationships among factors both external and internal to schools. Students will assess the effects of political and economic policies and practices on the shape and processes of schooling. Students will also consider the contribution of urban communities and cultures to what occurs in schools and classrooms. We will discuss what is (the problems and injustices) as well as what could be – versions of what is possible and just.

Spring 2012: Critical Social Theory in Educational Studies

This course familiarizes students with critical social theorists often utilized by scholars in the academy. Goals of the course are to consider the following kinds of questions about critical social theory: What is it? How can it be useful? For example, how are power and resistance theorized, and how can we study and utilize such constructs in educational research? How can we use theory to organize daily struggles against unjust power in education and other parts of society?

Vitae

Education

  • B.A. University of Pennsylvania, 1963.
    • All-University Scholar
  • M.S. Education, University of Pennsylvania, 1965.
    • Tuition Scholarship
  • Ph.D. Education and Psycholinguistics, New York University, 1976.
    • Teaching Fellowship

Academic Positions

  • Graduate Center, City University of New York
    • Professor of Education Policy, January 2001– Present
  • Rutgers University
    • Member of Doctoral Faculty, Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University New Brunswick, 1976-December 2000
    • Member of Graduate Faculty, Rutgers University Newark
    • Chairperson, Department of Education, Rutgers University Newark, 1982-1999

Full Curriculum Vitae