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Summer break is an American institution. A time when students across the nation leave their intensive classes and venture off to the woods, the pool, the mountains, and the basement. For many students summer break has become synonymous with relaxation, spending time with their family and friends, camp, and heat wavesRead more here...

As a mother and a teacher, my job is to educate, care for, and love my kids. I treat my students as I would my own kids, and I expect my daughters’ teachers to do the same. To hear about the 2,000 children who remain separated from their parents, and left in cages and tent towns, I don’t know how any educator could possibly support this administration… Read more here.

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to travel to Atlanta, Georgia for the first time.  My boys really love aquariums, so we had planned to travel to Atlanta at some point to visit the Georgia Aquarium.  When I heard about the Teacher Self Care Conference taking place in Atlanta, it was an opportunity to kill two birds with one stone. To read more, click here.

When I first started teaching, I would assign homework nearly every night. I remember learning in my undergraduate classes that homework was an extension of what was done in class, and was ultimately important to ensure students had grasped the concepts taught in class that day…Read more.



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