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i’d rather be a hero

“I need you to explain this 9/11 thing to me again, Mommy.” “Well, on September 11, 2001, there were some bad guys who don’t like a lot of the things America stands for, so they decided to attack our country. “What do you mean, ‘stands for?’” “That part is kind of complicated. I’m not really… Continue reading i’d rather be a hero

on learning and leading

“a-f” school accountability

In the political discourse surrounding education these days, there is no more controversial word than “accountability.” Everyone knows that schools should be accountable. Educators know that. Politicians know that. Parents know that. Students know that. Taxpayers know that. The problem is that everyone also “knows” how that accountability should look. Over the past few years,… Continue reading “a-f” school accountability