Right now, we have an excellent opportunity to revolutionize the way in which public education is provided.
Next year will not be perfect. It will be inconvenient, irritating at times, and uncomfortable.
We should not stand idly by as the people who are charged with teaching and caring for their children are handcuffed by a government who is all to willing to make money magically appear when their big money donors are in need.
The little girl in me who spent hours cooped up in her room with her coloring books is geeked!
By Ruth Kogen Goodwin of ruthkgoodwin.com I’ll admit it. I was a panic shopper. Not for toilet paper, or canned food, or disinfectant. I had enough of that in my pantry and emergency kit. What I didn’t have, what I decided I urgently needed the night that schools closed, was a Chromebook for my first […]
We need to do better. We HAVE to do better. For the sake of our teachers, and ultimately, our children.
So I came across this article from The Educator’s Room last night while scrolling through my FB feed, and naturally, I was captivated. Jeff Bliss, a high school student somewhere in America, got mad at his world history teacher and blew up in front of the whole class, criticizing the teacher’s practice and dropping a […]