Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Tipping Point

Since I began teaching in August of 2001, there have been many changes in education. For every change, every transition, every “newfangled” thing, there have been folks all around saying, “this, too, shall pass. We’ve seen it come and we’ll … Continue reading

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Why I’m Voting Against the Priority Schools “MOU”

Tonight I had the extreme pleasure of standing in solidarity with the Christina Education Association, Superintendent, and School Board in resolving to put together a task force of ALL stakeholders with the purpose of creating an alternate memorandum of understanding … Continue reading

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