Monthly Archives: February 2014

Let’s rate doctors on the number of obese smokers they treat

Submitted by Christine Porter Marsh, Chris Marsh, Community blogger and high school teacher Monday, September 16th, 2013, 1:53pm I don’t mind if my job as a teacher is evaluated on my students’ performance. I teach some of the brightest kids

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The Teachers

Originally posted on parentingthecore:
by Sarah Blaine We all know what teachers do, right? After all, we were all students. Each one of us, each product of public education, we each sat through class after class for thirteen years. We…

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Be audacious

“You have to have the audacity to think that you’re the one person who’s gonna make a difference.” –Henry Cram in the film Standardized. (Click for trailer) Over the weekend, I saw the new documentary “Standardized.” It’s a film about the perils of high

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Action required

Major blow to the teacher force today…a valued colleague, an excellent special educator shared with me that she plans to leave special education at the end of the year. She listed the typical reasons: too many students, not enough time

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