Education Blog Posts

Geography is NOT Destiny: Charter Schools and Choice

Posted by Brandy Price on 10.20.14

Elana’s mom drives past four different schools to get to ours. “It’s a lot of driving,” she says, “but Elana has a home here.” It has not been an easy journey.

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What I Learned in My Graduate Education Program

Posted by Jonathon Medeiros on 09.15.14

What I learned in my graduate education program: if you want to be a teacher, watch a teacher. Let them watch you. A lot. 

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Common Core Can Develop Our Students' Global Competency

Posted by Melissa Blair Tracy on 08.07.14

In my classroom, a poster with a map of North America states “we are not alone.” Every day, I remind my students that they are, in fact, “not alone in the world,” meaning they are a part of a global community.

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Good for the goose, not good for the gander?

Posted by Dan Cruce on 10.21.13
Teachers are rightly expected to meet the needs of their students.
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United We Stand, Divided We Fall

Posted by Brian Bishop on 10.09.13

When Steven Foster penned the words “The Sun Shines Bright on My Old Kentucky Home…” I am sure he had no idea how powerful a message he would be sending us in today’s time.

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