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Consolidate or Re-Fi Federal Student Loans?

After you leave college – whether by graduating or dropping out – the clock starts ticking on repaying those student loans.

Yikes! The monthly payment is… 793 more words

Facts & Trends

4 ways my father has impacted my career as an educator 

Last May, I wrote a blog post on the lessons learned from my mother in regards to teaching. As my father’s birthday approaches next week, I have begun thinking about the aspects of my job/life that I have incorporated with values learned from my father. 1,214 more words

Battles Youth Face

In today’s world EVERY single youth is involved in a battle each and every single day! Yes every day, they face challenges on some level that is just as overwhelming to their young lives as an actual war. 675 more words


Stefanie Esquijarosa, To a Certain Degree

This episode was recorded October 31, 2016. Listen to the whole conversation in the player above, or click on the links below to go to a specific segment of the show! 530 more words

The Show

Teaching Reading, Part 3: Argh argh argh! I hate English!

There comes a point for many new readers where they discover: THIS WORD DOESN’T FOLLOW THE RULES I LEARNED. The reader either throws herself writhing on the floor (if youthful enough to get away with it) or designs a snarky meme that trends on Pinterest. 1,085 more words

Everyday Homeschooling

And Here With Us Today…

I’ve got lots of good opinions and advice, but annoyingly enough, nobody ever interviews me about them. Fortunately, being a resourceful homeschool mom, I’ve got it covered. 649 more words

Everyday Homeschooling