Duck and cover: Back to the future

Upon picking up my two children, ages 5 and 7, from the bus stop today I was ready for our daily afternoon banter following my quintessential question, “How was school today?”  Usually, I get the vague “good” and sometimes even a great story about something fun or funny like when my daughter (in kindergarten) told me aboutContinue reading “Duck and cover: Back to the future”

NEW TEACHER EVALUATION SYSTEM FOR 2013!

Hot off the press. In time for 2013! Forget Pearson and those other high-rolling corporations.  I have designed the perfect teacher evaluation system! It’s available now.  And for those states who have received Race to the Top monies I am happy to say that we can do business together. I’ll only need a few millionContinue reading “NEW TEACHER EVALUATION SYSTEM FOR 2013!”

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