Episode 2 for your listening pleasure. Enjoy!
Below is my short review of Lighting Their Fires: Raising Extraordinary Kids in a Mixed-up, Muddled-up, Shook-up World, by LAUSD teacher Rafe Esquith. Rafe is a well-known teacher, but I was not drawn to his book based on his accolades. I was drawn to his work because other people in the education world have claimed […]
This funny image I found today made me think about a few years back, very early in graduate school, I worked on a project for a class trying to establish connections between curriculum and punk rock, which I still listen to and will always hold a special, albeit loud, place in my heart. I read […]
All right, now we can get things started here. Most of my posts previous have been me playing around, trying to get a feel for this whole blogging thing. For some reason, it feels so, how should I say, narcissistic? I got some advice a while back about this whole podcast venture, and it was […]
With only three charters opened in the last 12 years, the citizens of Virginia have demonstrated that they do not want charter schools. Governor McDonnell (R), however, sees things differently, and he is apparently willing to shelve his campaign lies about local control long enough to push his segregated corporate charter agenda down the throats […]