Monthly Archives: April 2012

And the Survey shows…..

Well, the MetLife Survey of the American Teacher is out. Always an informative read, but this year shows some of the most disturbing statistics ever. As I scanned the document this morning over coffee, I became more and more disheartened. … Continue reading

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Educating Parents

Ok, I don’t pretend to know what happens in the home of every child I teach, but I can say one thing for certain – since the beginning of public education, parents have always said that their kids act differently … Continue reading

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We are all a part of the system

I have started this blog as a type of catharsis, for lack of a better word. Those of you who teach may understand the points I will bring up. Or not. Perhaps some – or the majority – of you … Continue reading

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The art of education

I am a teacher. At this point, that is really all anyone needs to know about me. No one needs to know my name, or what or where I teach. Quite simply, in this day and age there is little … Continue reading

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