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Curriculum Design for Dummies

I have been busy these past few weeks. My co-teachers and I were given the task of writing up curriculum guides for our respective classes for our upcoming AI accreditation process. 368 more words



On October 28, 2014 from 6 to 8 pm we are co-hosting a rally for our schools with the Columbia Council of Parent Teacher Associations.  This is your opportunity to show your support for your school, your teachers, and public education in general.  84 more words

Local Issues

Why Not, America?

I have taken time to step back from thoughts, comments, and observations about education to “move all in” on my “next” adventure. However, I was prompted by colleague to get back at what I love and what I dedicated over thirty years of work to accomplish. 475 more words


Vote-MD.org offers voters an opportunity to review issues and opposing candidates’ views.  Please feel free to take a few moments and review my responses.

Bridget E. Kelly

Our first of 24 winners – Monica S. looks at the way a focus on standardized testing continues to hurt our children with an endless cycle of forced failure.

Our panel has unanimously selected the first winner, out of dozens of entries being read, for inclusion in the 2nd edition of Lifting the Curtain:  The disgrace we call urban high school education… 1,066 more words


The Department of Miseducation

Proponents of the Living Constitution argue that the U.S. Constitution is basically an unfinished document and that it is meant to evolve to adapt to the current times and struggles. 680 more words

The Contract On The Government

Creating access and equity in our schools to generate opportunity for all children

As election day draws near using your vote as your ‘voice’ is an often coined phrased. This election, there is one candidate that is championing a voice, one that is often unheard and unnoticed. 398 more words