Defining Moments

Daniela A. Robles Uncategorized

Our lives our benchmarked by defining moments. Many of us look at our lifetime and see moments that are personal and professional. The birth of my daughter was a defining moment, but so was leaving the classroom. There are moments

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Are you a bad teacher?

Donnie Dicus Uncategorized

Well, are you? A new movie coming out on June 24th asks that very question. I am so glad that spring break has come which has allowed me take time from grading papers, making lesson plans, and working on

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You’ve Been Served

Mike Lee Education, Elementary

I've been serving my teachers quite a bit, lately.  For the past few weeks I've had to publish several versions of potential and varied staffing assignments and share a whole host of ominous news about the looming funding crisis for

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7 Points

Molly Reed Uncategorized

Apparently that's all I'm worth. 7 points. The RIF (Reduction in Force) process has already begun, and many found out early last week if they would be RIF'd. This process is different for every district, and the process can change

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