Monthly Archives: January 2014

Poly Ticks – sucking the blood out of America

The first definition of the word “poly” is: more than one; many; much.  The second definition is: more than usual; excessive; abnormal.  I’m going to focus on the latter with regard to the second definition of the word “ticks” in … Continue reading

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English Teacher: Why I Had to Leave a Profession I Loved

English Teacher: Why I Had to Leave a Profession I Loved. This truthfully sad post by Diane Ravitch is an important understanding of the work we do as teachers.  I need to pass this on tonight as I’ve been spending … Continue reading

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You work hard. You deserve better…

This year begins with positivity and light.  And though I have plenty of places where I let my positive FREQuency flag fly, this blog has been dedicated (mostly) to writing on behalf of those who deserve a lot and have … Continue reading

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