Teaching is not for the faint of heart. The amount of pressure that we are under when it comes to standardized testing, to the issues that we have to deal with when it comes to our students and their various backgrounds and home lives, is daunting and often causes teachers to leave the profession. To… Continue reading Teaching in Title 1 Schools
So much has happened over the past couple of weeks and to be honest, some for the good, some for the worst. I won’t get into details, but one specific change that happened recently, made me reevaluate my career and what I want to do moving forward. Since I started teaching, I really wanted to… Continue reading Spring Brings Change
I’ve been in education for the past 6 years and 4 of those years were spent in the classroom as a teacher. Everyone knows teachers are severely underpaid, but have the most important jobs. Without teachers, there’s no education. So this brings no surprise that teachers in certain parts of the country, are on strike.… Continue reading STRIKE! STRIKE! STRIKE!
If you’re a parent, than many of you have experienced or will experience projects. I haven’t reached that stage with Khai yet, but I am on the other end of the project, the giving end. I have my students a project for Black History Month on January 28, and it was due Feb. 25. So… Continue reading Parental and Administrative Accountability