As much as people want to separate the two for a variety of reasons, rural and urban environments face many similar challenges in education. Check out this quick post I wrote for KnowledgeWorks while attending our annual conference. The Invisible Backpack that Poverty Brings
Hey folks, I always say that I have to be writing to be happy, and lately, my professional writing/work has been my focus. In any case, I thought I’d share that blog here as well! If you’re into education, specifically educational reform, feel free to check it out. I’d love your feedback!
To feel good, this is what you do: you love your family and friends, and you try to do it better than most. You get educated so that you can contribute better to the planet than those that came before. You live with passion and dedication. You might have a beer or eat a glorious … More Bombs Are Not Just for Boston
You know how when you love what you do, you want to be the best at it? You read about your job? You go to school or take a class to learn more? You fixate on the progressive journey that is in part, your life? If you’re not in love with what you do; quite … More Travel Breeds Inspiration
I get it. According to many people, educators have one of the best professions with regards to vacation time. Further, now that I’m an administrator instead of a full-time teacher, I reduced my summer and gained more work days, but that also came with higher pay, and the same amount of vacation days during the … More Post Traumatic Winter Break Syndrome and the Contradiction