We are in the midst of a nor’easter and while many who live in other places are getting loads of snow, here in northern Rhode Island we are getting heavy rain and wind. Anyone who knows me well can likely predict that I am working and writing from home today, still in my pajamas, with… Continue reading It’s Friday And The Moms Say What?
It’s Friday—yeah baby—but that means that I will spend much of my time later today searching frantically for all three of my son’s basketball uniforms. I think they’re washed and folded somewhere but figuring out which basket of clothes they may be hiding in is always an overwhelming challenge for me and since all… Continue reading Moms on a Super Bowl School, School Discipline, an Anti-Military Rant, a Reunion with Students, and, Ugh, Laundry!
By Leticia Chavez-Garcia If you are outraged by the words and actions of Gregory Salcido (the Pico Rivera councilman who is also a teacher at El Rancho High School), you have every right to be. But I have some bad news for you about Mr. Salcido. He is not an anomaly. In fact, most people would be shocked and… Continue reading California Teacher Tells Students That People in the Mlitary are Dumb**** and “The Lowest of Our Low”
By Melissa Albarenga La definición de Poder, es la capacidad de actuar. Muchas veces la palabra poder, puede ser intimidante. Quiero que se detenga y piense en todas las cosas que le vienen a la mente cuando escucha, o lee, la palabra poder. Usted puede estar pensando en autoridad, dinero, oficiales de policía, incluso sus… Continue reading 3 Maneras en Que Usted Puede Ejercer Su Poder Para Impactar la Educación de Su Hijo