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The Value of Place in the Education of Our Children

By Linda L. Carrier, Ed.D

As adults, we frequently consider the value of place. Where do we live?  625 more words


NAME Conference 2017

Hi Everyone,

This week, I went to the annual National Association of Multicultural Education Conference (NAME) in Salt Lake City, Utah and I must say that it was a very timely and necessary conference meeting that happened. 666 more words

Conferences & Book Reviews

A Real-Life Learning Opportunity

This is a blog post I should’ve written weeks ago, but it’s been a busy school as usual. However, it’s an important topic and it’s been weighing on my mind. 746 more words


Introduction: Mr. S - The Llama is Learning

Alright, lets set all the cards on the table:

As of this writing, I am a progressive, high school teacher quickly approaching my third year in Oklahoma. 897 more words


Book Notes & Thoughts: Improvement by Design

It’s been awhile… I think every blogger goes through a spell when it’s really hard to write. In January, I set out a writing plan for the spring, which involved blogging a book per week. 962 more words


Civil Fine of Their Own

I recently decided to pay less attention to politics and even lesser attention (grammar?) to the politics around education. I teach at a charter school and charter schools make strange bedfellows; liberal teachers with a social justice tilt often funded by right wing organizations that may or may not love our schools because of their ability to disrupt the teachers’ unions. 357 more words