[Post was started in March, finished in May 2021.] This has been weighing on my mind for a year now. It’s time for me to be very clear about the vitriol that is flying that accuses teachers of putting convenience over the well-being of students. Those of us who requested the opportunity to stay out […]
Well, after the partying is done and the confetti is swept up, after the last tourists have returned to their homes and life in D.C. resumes its normal frenetic pace, the president, his administration, congress and the people need to get on with life. The rest of us… we need to get on with life, […]
After a full night’s sleep, out of alphabetical order, I know, here are my expectations for the new administration: Restore the rule of law and constitutionality to the administration. Rather than going their own way and thumbing their nose at the legality of their actions, I expect this administration to be scrupulous in both interpretation […]
From CNN.com today: Youssif: ‘I can do more’ I am so happy this child is doing well. This is good news, and I hope that people will take heart that good people DO good things. And not as rarely as we might fear.
Okay, this starts out a little silly, but here are some headlines that caught my attention this last week… Let’s start with a “sexapus” — a six-legged cephalopod (its parents and siblings are presumably octopi). And then there are the avalanches — on Mars, in addition to the ones that have plagued the local mountain […]