Tag Archives: Education reform

Friday night, July 3rd – CLASSROOM TEACHERS nationwide get another chance to be heard across the country on talk radio about the REAL issues in education

You’ve been invited back!  Last January when we were first heard on nationwide talk radio, the phone calls from teachers, parents, and students so compellingly told the story about the REAL issues in education that the call-in show was extended … Continue reading

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Progress!  Another book by a teacher who gets it!

(A guest post by Caroline Lewis follows this introduction) I just had the chance to be encouraged by seeing another excellent book written about education from a teacher who “gets it.”  It was a very pleasant surprise.  You see, I … Continue reading

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Some Advice Before You Become a Teacher

An extended version of my Huffington Post blog It is hard to answer the question: “…what advice would you give a new teacher?”  The problem is that all teachers, even the most passionate of us about teaching, have a love-hate … Continue reading

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