Reality Check: Is Being Poor the Hardest Job in America? It is another day and I am running around doing […]
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EDUCATION REFORM — CHANGE FROM THE TOP? OR CHANGE TEACHER EXPECTATIONS IN K-12?
In the past several years, I am often asked how I would pursue education reform and what needs to change. […]
Are We Cultivating the Best and the Brightest?
Much of the focus in recent years is raising the level of achievement in underperforming schools. This improvement zeroes in […]
So, now instruction and class size don’t matter. . . We need to make sure all children have two parents!
I don’t know what to say about this comment. It would be my hope that anyone who has the education, […]
More on the Common Core Standards
The Common Core Standards seem to be a hot button issue for which there is no middle ground. You are […]
Arts Education Not in Peril? REALLY? For whom?
The National Center for Education Statistics released a report earlier this month regarding the state of arts education and its […]
Should We End Social Promotion?
All children have potential and value! They need to learn to be able to become who they are meant to […]
What Are the Essential Issues Facing Schools and Education?
I read today that the public puts Education right behind the economy and jobs as what concerns them. There are […]
Ready for Takeoff…It’s Launch Time! No More Excuses! Quality Education Only!
Okay! We are ready. I am not listening to any more excuses. I don’t want to hear “This is not […]
Thinking about Educational Budget Cuts . . . . SERIOUSLY?
I TRY TO REMAIN OPEN-MINDED. I have my political affiliations and I believe in my viewpoint, but I am never […]