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After reading the article in yesterdays paper about new research being done on the very young regarding their pre-supposed ability to learn how to read, I decided it was time to write my thoughts on this.

Some of you know I grew up with a teacher mom. She wasn't just any teacher mom... She was a teacher of excellence; a teacher who invested her time, her heart, and even her own money ...

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Last comment by SusanS 5 days, 23 hours ago
Canfederate Memorial


In Dublin where I grew up, there was a memorial to Confederate soldiers in front of the “old” library downtown. It's provenance and inscription were probably similar, I presume, to the one at the Bulloch courthouse.. As a youth, I read it, filed it away as history, and forgot it. It was always part of the scenery but never part of my consciousness. But, I'm white. Mighta been different if I were black.
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The Teacher - A Story to Enjoy


I don't think I've posted this one before. I wrote this a few years back and decided to share it with you all.

He was here! Their teacher was here! The students all raced to meet him as he came up the path toward the tall brick building. Everyone loved him... well, most everyone. Some were very jealous of him because he was so good at what he did. And he was ...

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Education - What a tenured educator really is


Sometimes I read something in the Herald and it literally makes my head spin. Yesterday, a letter to the editor was posted by a GSU Education Ph.D. I'm stunned, completely stunned, that someone of this level would not know the definition of a "tenured educator"!

In the letter, this individual stated that Valerie "Wilson's tenure as an educator is extensive and impressive." For any of you who are not aware, Ms. Wilson ...

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Last updated 9 months ago.
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An Educator's Perspective


I am posting the following blog, which I did not write. It was written by a top educator in the state of Georgia with thirty years in academia under his belt. He grew up in one of the nation's poorest counties in Mississippi and understands the needs of students at all levels of learning. His insight is on point and clearly spoken.

"Common Core is a standardized national curriculum. Why is this ...

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Last updated 9 months ago.
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