Due to my own teaching demands and other circumstances, I've put my blog on a temporary leave of absence. I hope to get it back up and running soon.
By Ric from Provo, Utah
The future of public education is found in technology. It’s only natural. Our students love it. It’s convenient. It’s interesting. It’s efficient. There are innumerable resources. Why would we not take advantage of our world’s technological advances?
When they take over as teacher.
By Carrie from Henderson, Nevada
A teacher friend showed me this blog, and I immediately felt I needed to submit a thank you to all you dedicated public school teachers out there. I am the parent of a second grade son who has come a long way due to loving teachers. It quickly became apparent during his kindergarten year that learning did not come easily to him. He wasn’t low enough to qualify for a special education, but the normal flow of instruction wasn’t cutting it for him either. He was in that awkward area with great risk of becoming lost and left behind.
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