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Change the schedule for high school students to later in the morning. If students live less than 2 miles away, there will be no transportation for them. In doing this, we will save money on transportation costs, but we will … Continue reading
Shortchanging our students and teachers: raise your hand if you are guilty.
I am thinking about learning…. Learning is a process…. I am wondering how some of the conditions prevailing in our schools today shortchange the learning process for our students. I am thinking about teachers’ planning periods, many of these planning … Continue reading
Embarrassed to Read by Donalyn Miller.
Hear ye! Hear ye! This is a very important announcement. Today, I will re teach and we will learn the meaning of two important words: equality and equity. They have the same beginning and the same end, but they do not … Continue reading
Originally posted on Nerdy Book Club:
Last Friday night, I met my new students. Seeing children investigating our classroom for the first time, it finally felt like home. Walking around the room visiting families, I overheard Maggie tell her mother,…
I just finished reading the book: The World is Flat by Thomas Friedman. It was a good book; the kind that is thought provoking and pushes one to action. I would encourage you to read it, if you haven’t. In the following … Continue reading
Dear Friends, This post is not about inequity and injustice in education, but nevertheless it is injustice! This what my friend a service man has to say. Please pay attention: Eldwin Gajate Please spread this as widely as possible. 500,000 … Continue reading