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Category Archives: Education
So here is my confession: I love math. I mean, it excites me and energizes me on a regular basis. And yes, I know that makes me weird to most people. I think I know one of the big reasons … Continue reading
Does anyone believe in standards any longer? And dare I add the word objective standards? The sad reality is that our public education system has far too often done away with a commitment to this concept. The idea that there … Continue reading
Today’s educational mindset lives in fear of the greatest of all possible evils: Failing a student. This one fear seems to control all the final decisions that are made. No matter what the other side of things says, there is … Continue reading
Here is what I was told by my principal during my first year of teaching in a public school: “High school is like a sausage factory.” You see, I had come to my principal to discuss some of the thoughts … Continue reading