Monthly Archives: March 2014

Is it Worth Being a Teacher?

Five years ago, I decided not to continue with my career in high-tech.  After twenty-five years rising, and falling, and rising again, through the ranks in my field, I decided to follow a growing calling to teach. Little did I … Continue reading

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Cartoons about Families and Schools

Originally posted on Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice:
For this monthly feature of cartoons, I pulled together a bunch that got me smiling, chuckling, and occasionally laughing out loud. About half of them are about parent-child relationships…

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Overcoming Racial Divides

A college classmate of mine posted an excerpt from one of the “What Would You Do” videos on Facebook.  I must admit, I do not watch TV, so I never heard of the series.  Yet, thanks to social media, I … Continue reading

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