Note: Edy Pineda was my student as an 8th grader. It is incredibly special and rewarding for me to see him now as he waits to hear from colleges and uses his voice and his story to speak up on behalf of all the kids, like him, who fear what will happen if our elected… Continue reading My Country. The Only Country I’ve Ever Called Home.
It has been quite a year and we are so grateful to all of our readers and guest writers. Here are the ten most read pieces of 2017 here at Good School Hunting. We Can’t Normalize Romance (or Sex) Between Teachers and Students. Period. I am a Teacher. And I am an Addict. Teachers Stand… Continue reading Our Top Ten Posts of 2017
It is unconscionable that we as Americans would sit by and watch precious kids like this young woman be sent to countries where they’ve never even visited let alone lived. Democrat, Republican, Independent, Libertarian is irrelevant; this is an issue of humanity. This young lady is more concerned for others than for herself. America, let’s… Continue reading We Need More Students—and People—Like Her.
By Camille Jones, 2017 WA State Teacher of the Year Dear President Trump, I am not supposed to have favorite students, and I don’t, most of the time. My favorite part about teaching is learning to see what makes each of my students special and unique. But, I will say, one little boy… Continue reading Guest Post: An Open Letter to the President of the United States