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This week I am in Orlando at the International Reading Association’s Annual Conference. I’m here with my friend and colleague, Dr. Claudia McVicker, professor of education and literacy studies at MidAmerica Nazarene University in Olathe, Kansas. Tomorrow we will be … Continue reading
I saw the independent film, Race To Nowhere, last week. This film puts our country’s current educational philosophy and practices under a microscope and starkly shows the stressful and joyless results, manifested in children as young as six-years-old, that our … Continue reading
Last week I got a call from my friend and colleague, Randy Seagraves. Randy is the curriculum coordinator of the Junior Master Gardener program at Texas A&M and, among many other wonderful things, trains teachers and leaders how to implement … Continue reading