Reflections

We should be proud. We should feel lucky. As a younger teacher, it is difficult for me to not be optimistic. I can feel the wheels of progress turning, and …
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A State of Acrimony

Recently, the San Jose Mercury News blamed “acrimony” for the Evergreen Teachers Association’s recent discussion with its members on the potential for calling a strike. While the relationship between the …
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Authenticity

A couple weeks ago, I was lucky enough to be a guest speaker in a San Jose State credential course, EDSC 182 Assessment and Evaluation. The course, as its syllabus …
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Stand Corrected

My Dear Colleagues, Today is California’s Day of the Teacher, a celebration of everything that you do and everything that you mean to the thousands of lives that you have …
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It’s All About the Benjamins

As reported in EdSource, state Democratic senators have proposed an alternative to Governor Jerry Brown’s local control funding formula. If you are not familiar with Governor Brown’s proposal, you are …
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