I recently read a commentary in Time Magazine by Kathleen Parker called, Count Me Out. It was a fascinating little diatribe about our obsession with self-tracking and quantifying success. She was looking through the lens of folks who find ways
I find myself confused about my profession and, as a result, confused about my path within it. I entered teaching with a feeling of pride about my purpose, feeling the system was working with me to help prepare students for
So I’ve become a Guy Kawasaki fan. It all started when I was searching for commencement day speeches for my Speech and Debate team to compete with. I found his “Hindsight”.
Dear Parents, I’m going to walk you through what happens in a testing room to help demystify your child’s test taking experience. First off, I’m told to take down anything from my walls that might help kids out. That