Posts tagged with education

Diane Ravitch visits Sacramento and Linda Darling-Hammond finds her voice…

January22

This post is more a personal reflection of Diane Ravitch’s recent speaking engagement in my town and my own personal analysis. For a more comprehensive look at that event, look here. I’ll be adding more posts at http://sacteachers.org/ over the next few days. These views are my own opinion, not the union’s, etc. Diane Ravitch was [...]

Adding to my permanent record…

November22

Recent feature on my former school site, featuring yours truly…  

Week 10: Why teach narrative writing?

November13

So, I did last week’s post late, and it was more about the beginning of this week (which didn’t get much better by the way) than week 9. Rather than focus on the FUBAR that week felt like (it wasn’t that bad, just felt that way), a post by Dina Strasser seemed relevant to a [...]

Think nationally, act locally…

August9

Image Source: Vermont by gothamschools, on Flickr In the aftermath of the Save Our Schools March, we now need to face which direction and what actions we will be taking in the future. My advice to the organizers was that much of the action is happening locally, and while reformers have a “national” plan and [...]

Why I will march, pt. 2 — Stop pushing me!

July11

In my last post, I discussed the many factor that make the SOS March attractive and pull me towards this movement and event. Now for the things that are pushing me towards the march. The things I want to get away from as a both a parent and an education professional. How did I get [...]

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