Education as a Tool for Social Justice in America’s Prisons

Readers, I am excited to introduce to you what I hope to be the first of many more guest posts.  A big thanks to the folks at Teach.com for helping make this happen about such an important topic, and for Sheldon Soper for all his work. If you think you might be interested in collaborating with Teacher

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10 Products that Will Totally Change the Way you Travel

Now that I’ve experienced traveling with the following products, I refuse to travel without them. Each one saves either time, money, space, or all three, and some even enhance safety. This past September, Kevin and I embarked on a 8-country tour through Europe across 4 months, taking only a couple backpacks with us.  Looking back,

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The Summer To-Do List for First Year Teachers

You’ve probably got 80,130 things swirling around in your head about things you want to do before the school year starts.  It’s such an exciting time!!  I remember the summer before my first year teaching obsessing over EVERYTHING.  What’s up, anxiety.  I thought I needed to make my plans incredible and my classroom looking absolutely

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