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It’s the stupid, Stupid.

It is time to stop looking at Education as a character in threadbare clothing who needs a makeover. There is no level of dressing, redressing, or repair that will improve this image or its effects. Education is sick with a disease. Education has a bad case of STUPID. We have to get rid of the […]

Dynamic reflection

What keeps you going? It is a common question volleyed towards teachers and is often answered with jokes and trite responses. I do not buy any of them, though I am guilty of using some of those old war horses from time to time. Three things: June, July, and August I do it for the […]