Monthly Archives: April 2012

Rules to Live By in an Election Year

I am  member of DSEA Retired—even though I am not yet retired, (I am 0n a leave of absence from teaching) and even though I am not planning on retirement for a few more years. Back in 2010, they made … Continue reading

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compared to a traditional school,…

I’ve been thinking about some of the words used in discussions about public education these days–since the inception of charter schools, and before that, with magnet schools.  I taught 6th grade science for the past twenty-two years; I taught 3rd … Continue reading

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