Jessica Leibe shares how it was that she came late to grasping politics and being an informed voter and, as the next election rapidly approaches, it’s never too late to learn.
DeMisty D. Bellinger considers what it means to live and work during these times, the challenges of being both a writer and a teacher. What comes next? Hope.
Josh Hamilton publicly shared his authentic self and it cost him his job as a teacher and coach. He shares how he is coping and charts a course for moving forward.
The modern discourse is in trouble. Instead of protest bringing change, I’ve found that it’s quickly just become a way to hear oneself talk, and facts be damned.
Josh Hamilton opens up about anxiety and depression and how he handles his own on a daily basis while also providing support to his students.
Educating both boys and girls about sexual consent needs to begin in high school, at the very least. Ashley James explains why.
Juneteenth is celebrated as the anniversary of the emancipation of slaves in Texas on June 19, 1865, and it is also an occasion to speak out about injustices in our country.
Happy Monday? Over the weekend there was a massive March For Our Lives, news that the Great Pacific Garbage Patch has gotten larger, and basketball games were played.
For our money, Comic Sans is the Pol Pot of fonts. However, there is a method behind the brutal madness apparently (not that it has convinced us).
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin addresses the negativity that can be pervasive among educators who choose to vent through social media.