Educational reform and research impacting the classroom

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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Spirit of the Law

Audrie Pott’s suicide has been all over the news recently following the arrest of three Saratoga High School boys who allegedly participated in her sexual assault last September. This case, …
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Higher Callings

I did not become a teacher for the money. For their sake, I hope no one else did. I did not do it for the recognition or the glory. I …
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#WhatCounts

My friend Kelly teaches a class called “Chemistry in the Community”. Today, Kelly taught a very successful lab plating pennies with other metals. It’s all very scientific, and the students …
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Without Cause

I didn’t write a blog post last week, and that’s not because I didn’t think about it. All week long, a sort of anti-mantra repeated itself in my head: I …
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