NOT Giving Up on Education

Over the summer, the book One Size Does Not Fit All by Nikhil Goyal caught my eye. It crept up on a few different occasions before I bought it. It wasn't the title that first sparked a curiosity; instead, it was the age of it's author-- 17 years old, yes, 17. I did not read... Continue Reading →


Speak Up

I BELIEVE IN THE FREEDOM OF SPEECH. Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the first rally I've ever attended in protest of a bill I believe will detrimentally effect education forever. It was an overcast evening at the state capitol in Hartford; it started to rain, then a rainbow emerged, and a second... Continue Reading →

Occupy Education

I was on Facebook the other day & saw this: " Often, I'm prone to finding cartoons about education, most of which I post on my classroom door, because through all of the ridiculousness (and that is a polite word), we need find the humor in life [education] to move us through it. Attached to... Continue Reading →


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