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With Trepid Hearts We Step: Overcoming the Thorn of Change

In troves of tromping feet, students and educators begin yet another school year this month.  With the advent of another academic year, there will be loud cries from citizens, educators, researchers, and politicians about all the  933 more words


A Parent-Teacher in Lee County to the Board: "Seize the Day"...Don't Back Down!

The Lee County school board will meet tomorrow at 8:30 am, a time that will exclude many parents, students, and educators. Public meetings should be scheduled when the public is not at work or in class. 534 more words


gatorbonbc reblogged this on Continuing Change and commented:

Thank you Diane Ravitch for publishing my letter to Lee County School Board Florida #OptOutLee

Curriculum Design & Instructional Design: Independent, yet intertwined.

                Curriculum design and instructional design are independent, yet unavoidably intertwined. A plethora of information is available on both and too expansive to be covered in depth in this brief reflection. 480 more words


Ermigal’s Rx for Melancholy: Pay It Forward

Sometimes, events in our world are so horrific and unsettling that life gets us down; that’s when ol’ Ermigal goes on hiatus and sips herbal tea (okay, a little wine, too) and does some navel-gazing. 382 more words


the academic adventures of the brainiac

As you know, the Stinker Relly has been in kindergarten for two weeks now. He’s a bit “off-the-charts” smarty patarty and we are very blessed to have a self-contained accelerated learning program in our county and at our local elementary school. 956 more words


Thank You Teachers

September usually marks the return to school for kids around the US. Returning to school after summer break is challenging not just for kids, but for parents and teachers too. 457 more words


Happy Labor Day!

Have a safe and wonderful ‘Labor Day’!