“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin attended New Teacher Center’s 18th National Symposium on Teacher Induction and shares everything he found inspiring.
The time is now for Bernie Sanders, the candidate the world (and myself) wants as President, but massive obstacles remain.
The next article in Jason Zenobia’s series on his cooking school experience; he puts out yet another fire and gets some “yummy” feedback. Plus, Jason’s recipe for almond crusted tuna.
An in-depth look into Making A Murderer, an autistic’s search for love, and being public enemy number one, all in this week’s Long Reads selected by Richard Jackson.
Sarah Xerta examines quantum physics research proving the power of intuitive knowledge that has for too long been pathologized by linear patriarchal thinking. It’s time we get in tune.
Mark Gundy looks at Trump’s recent South Carolina primary win, with an eye on Nevada, and is sure that Trump will secure the Republican nomination, and ultimately the Presidency.
On April 12, 2014, a group of protesters, some armed, advanced on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) during the Bundy standoff in Nevada. Jason Arment interviews one of the armed protesters.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: The “brought-to-you-by-Bravo-TV” Presidential race continues, Trump wins South Carolina, Clinton takes Nevada, and Bush calls it quits and needs a hug.
Sean Davis continues his bid to be mayor of Portland, but finds himself channeling his inner Walter Sobchak as he feels frustrated by the lack of inclusion for all mayoral candidates.