Monthly Archives: March 2021

Clarion Call

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher I sit here once again reflecting about this past weeks’ event, about the shootings at a spa  in Atlanta and the horror once again perpetuated at the “other.”  Othering  destroys. Haven’t we seen enough … Continue reading

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An Assignment: Your Choice

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher This is not the post I thought I’d be writing next, but this is the post that is the right time, now. March 13, 2020 my last day in school with the kinder … Continue reading

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More Than A Single Story

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher  When we spend so much time beating ourselves up for past transgressions, real or imagined, what message are we sending our students? When we buy into a mindset that has us questioning “why” … Continue reading

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