Monthly Archives: February 2015

Student Loan Sharks–Finally Relief!

I felt like the stereotypical problem gambler in the vise-like grip of creditors (predators,) owing way more interest than I’d originally signed on for. How so? Quite simply, I was at the mercy (there is none) of debt collectors, because … Continue reading

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The Plot Thickens: Teachers Act Out on Common Core and PAARC

Today’s Sheila Resseger commentary in the Providence Journal is a call to arms for parents, educators, and all who care where we’re going regarding Common Core and the PAARC. It’s not the first time former teacher Resseger’s weighed in, but … Continue reading

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If You’ve Gotta ‘Do Common Core’…At Least Let This Real Teacher Help

You know what teachers’ biggest complaint is? Pseudo teachers telling us how to teach.  You know who I mean…the self-appointed, supposed experts…the ones who got out of the classroom…or never got into it…because they were either being eaten alive by … Continue reading

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