In light of the Family Foundations Academy mess, and the ACLU Lawsuit against the state of Delaware and Red Clay Consolidated School District over segregation in charter schools, I thought I would run this poll again to see if the results differ from four months ago. I firmly believe transparency is desperately needed from all the charter schools these days!
I posted my last article of 2014 last night, and I talked about how my son needed an MRI after he received a concussion at his school stemming from his 8th physical assault since the end of August. Since then, the number one question I have received is why. That’s not an easy question for me to answer. If I knew the answer I could try to fix the problem
It’s very easy for me to focus on Priority Schools, FOIAs, charter school financial mismanagement and non-profit tax forms for educational lobbyist groups. The answers come very easy for me with just a little bit of investigation. Disability bullying is a very tough topic. It’s personal for me because it involves my son. And I will need help from other parents who have gone through or are going through these types of ordeals. This needs to be an ongoing conversations between parents and schools. It can’t just be the schools. Continue reading Why Schools Need To Be Okay With Upset Parents of Students With Disabilities
If you have never read Diane Ravitch’s blog before, you need to start doing this. Diane is THE voice of education in America. She shines the light in the darkness and is a beacon for all who wish to save public education. Happy New Year Diane!
I have decided to break precedent today. This is the only post you will see.
I wish you and your family a happy, healthy New Year. I hope that 2015 is a year of dreams fulfilled, mountains climbed, happiness achieved. I hope all of us are able to meet the inevitable challenges and setbacks with heart and fortitude. I hope we learn and practice the virtues of patient struggle, unflagging endurance, the ability to build alliances, and the willingness to seek common ground with others.
2014 was a rough year for me, physically, and I am glad to bid it farewell. I spent most of the year thinking I would never walk again without a walker or a cane. I’m happy to report that I am walking without either, thanks to the intervention of a wise rehabilitation specialist in Cincinnati who built a rigid (temporary) cast for my bum leg…
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Only Kilroy could put this up and have me laughing hysterically every time I see it. Happy New Year Kilroy!