This week my wife heads back to it, with a new grade assignment. I am excited for her and putting on my supportive pants. In the meantime, here's some reading from the week. Remember to share the good stuff-- that's how the word gets around!
S.C. teacher files class action lawsuit demanding pay for after school work, classroom supplies
A long overdue step in fighting back in South Carolina.
Why is union membership bleeding in the red teacher revolt states?
Fred Klonsky and what may be a troubling, or obvious, trend.
Children Don't Need Adults To Give Their Play a Purpose
Teacher Tom reminds us that the littles can manage their own play, thank you very much.
In God We Trust
Kentucky decided to force schools to post "In God We Trust" in some prominent place. So one school framed a dollar bill...The AP reports.
The 1619 Project
The New York Times has launched a massive project looking at slavery in America.
Not specifically about education, but once again, if you want to see the future of the surveillance state, look to China.
Keeping the Why of Writing Instruction in Mind
It's been too long since I passed along a Paul Thomas piece. Here's a thoughtful post about writing instruction.
Zuckerberg's 200 Year Old Mistake
As the last of the Zuckerbooker ed reform package is washed away in New Jersey, I Love You But You're Going To Hell looks at who could have warned the Facebook chief that it wouldn't work (spoiler: everybody) and a historical antecedent for the failure.