In honor of School Choice Week, Good School Hunting is sharing an interview with a California student named Elise, conducted by La Comadre, an advocacy and communications organization with the fundamental goal of “building a community to help all of our children with their education.” I (Erika) personally know this student’s mother, Lisette, who has been… Continue reading Self-Advocacy: Elise Duarte Shares Her Experience About Being Bullied and Finding Success at a Non-Public School
Happy Friday everyone! I celebrated my 45th birthday this week which explains my sudden appreciation for anti-aging products and my newfound commitment to Weight Watchers. Yup. For the very first time, I am a Weight Watchers member and I must say that even I am surprised at the discipline I’ve shown…for the past 13 days.… Continue reading Smart Moms on Roseanne, Mental Health, School Justice, Black Excellence and Celebration
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?
In news you can’t use (but can probably relate to), the laundry (aka pops of color) continues to pile up this week though I did find 13 socks outside so that made the piles a bit smaller I guess. (On the bright side, while my dogs both love to grab socks and run outside with… Continue reading Moms Say What? That’s Right.
For the record, everything in this piece is true. Every single thing. So help me God. FUN-bruary! It’s that time of year when many schools shift into fun mode and each day of the month has a different theme. Yes, five days a week for four weeks, your kids are telling you at 9:00 at… Continue reading FUN-bruary Just May Be the Death of Me, OMG!
We quite literally took the show on the road in this episode. A few months ago, Keri and I traveled to Chicago and we brought our recording equipment with us so that we could capture our conversations with the awesome folks we would be seeing during our time out there. After some quick banter during… Continue reading Episode 3 (From Chicago): 2 Moms from Nashville and Detroit on Why They Do This Work
Greetings from Chicago where I’m spending a long overdue couple days with my Ed Post colleagues. It was 70 degrees in my little state of Rhode Island and 25 degrees colder when I landed here in the Windy City. I really wish I had packed a jacket. While people’s TVs and news feeds are ablaze… Continue reading This Week with Moms-in-Ed