On Wednesday, May 3, 2018, the Arizona House of Representatives debated the K-12 education budget bill late into the night. Educators and supporters filled the lobby or gallery of the House of Representatives and watched for several hours as pro-public education amendments would be introduced and debated, but not passed. It had already been a... Continue Reading →
Go Rogue: Apathy Isn’t Working!
In 1997, I was 24 years old and new to teaching. I was young and naive, but I was excited to make a difference. During the first ten years, I was teaching, working on my Masters Degree, taking countless professional development classes to improve my practice, and I was starting a family. You would think... Continue Reading →