Living Legacy: Three Reasons Why Young People Should Consider Becoming a Teacher

Cheryl Redfield Current Affairs, Education, Education Policy, Elementary, Life in the Classroom, Mathematics, Mentoring, National Board Certification, Professional Development, Teacher Leadership

The ability to inspire others is the most important quality of a leader. Age has little to do with what appeals to us. In fact, a recent study shows that what draws us to people we choose to follow compared

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Patricide and Choicetopia

Mike Lee Uncategorized

In one characteristically gruesome Greek myth, the enchantress Medea tricks King Pelias’ daughters into killing, dismembering, and boiling him, on a promise that she will add a spell to the stew that will return the aged ruler to his youth. Unfortunately, their actions lead to nothing

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Too Much!

Jess Ledbetter Uncategorized

Sometimes, I think that “advancing the profession” is just about NOT quitting. We all have those rough weeks as teachers, but I had a doozy the week before Spring Break. Between parents, policies, and the work of the job—it’s just

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