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Rethinking Resolutions: One for Me and One for We

In the American tradition of self-improvement, I sorted through my many goals and promoted two to the rank of New Year’s resolutions: (1) lose a pound a week until I’m at a healthier weight and (2) use the word “awesome” less in conversation (p…

American Parents Are Not Powerless When It Comes to Violence Prevention

We, as parents, can play a role in preventing violence at our schools. We are not powerless. We do not have to wait on institutions that are slow-moving and hard to influence — specifically, the federal government and national media — to care for America’s children.

On January 3rd, 2013, posted in: Uncategorized by

American Parents Are Not Powerless When It Comes to Violence Prevention

We, as parents, can play a role in preventing violence at our schools. We are not powerless. We do not have to wait on institutions that are slow-moving and hard to influence — specifically, the federal government and national media — to care for America’s children.

On January 3rd, 2013, posted in: Uncategorized by

American Parents Are Not Powerless When if Comes to Violence Prevention

We, as parents, can play a role in preventing violence at our schools. We are not powerless. We do not have to wait on institutions that are slow-moving and hard to influence — specifically, the federal government and national media — to care f…

On January 3rd, 2013, posted in: Uncategorized by

American Parents Are Not Powerless When if Comes to Violence Prevention

We, as parents, can play a role in preventing violence at our schools. We are not powerless. We do not have to wait on institutions that are slow-moving and hard to influence — specifically, the federal government and national media — to care for Am…

On January 3rd, 2013, posted in: Uncategorized by

American Parents Are Not Powerless When if Comes to Violence Prevention

We, as parents, can play a role in preventing violence at our schools. We are not powerless. We do not have to wait on institutions that are slow-moving and hard to influence — specifically, the federal government and national media — to care for Am…

On January 3rd, 2013, posted in: Uncategorized by

Why We Should Care What Students Think

Not asking students for their opinions is a missed opportunity, because no one knows better about how school is going than its target audience — the students themselves.

On October 5th, 2012, posted in: Uncategorized by

Why We Should Care What Students Think

Not asking students for their opinions is a missed opportunity, because no one knows better about how school is going than its target audience — the students themselves.

On October 5th, 2012, posted in: Uncategorized by

Why We Should Care What Students Think

Not asking students for their opinions is a missed opportunity, because no one knows better about how school is going than its target audience — the students themselves.

On October 5th, 2012, posted in: Uncategorized by

Why We Should Care What Students Think

Not asking students for their opinions is a missed opportunity, because no one knows better about how school is going than its target audience — the students themselves.

On October 5th, 2012, posted in: Uncategorized by