Having worked in education all of my career, I'm fortunate to be able to look back on experiences I've had that have helped me become, at various times, a better teacher, principal and superintendent.
Young people (and teachers) can take part in the pen pal experience thanks to technology that connects us with the press of a button.
Here are a few retorts to the "common sense" defense of President Trump's immigration/travel ban that feel like common sense to me.
As the new presidential administration got underway, there was much controversy over many of President Trump's selections for his cabinet, among them, Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education.
Is our new president a Jedi? Obi-Don Kenobi?
Trump's promise to serve all Americans - as he surely must know - is impossible.
The new year often brings with it a resurgence to change something. The new year can also be a good time to give students a boost with their academics.
With permission, we are showing a list of emails from Wikileaks pertaining to the UFO phenomenon that has been sent to the Roundtown UFO Society (RUFOS).
Community members who choose to serve on school boards also give of themselves to the county.
Hibernation is when an animal goes into a state of dormancy, slower metabolism, living off reserves of body fat.
Amanda Knotts, the new administrator for Brooks-Yates School, found her passion while in college.
I want to express a serious need for change in the Clerk of Courts office.
"When I use a word," Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, "it means just what I choose it to mean - neither more nor less."
The report cards for the state's school districts were recently released, and the findings raise more questions than they answer.
I am writing to express my support for Thomas Clark Zwayer for Clerk of Courts.
"Is the pain bad enough to make you want to beg Jesus for mercy?"
September is Attendance Awareness Month, promoted by Attendance Works, an initiative that promotes the importance of school attendance.
Let's start by saying that I have a negative view of Libertarians, or at least of some people who identify themselves as Libertarians.
There was a time when the Labor Day and Memorial Day weekends were the bookends to the school year...
Lately we have been hearing a lot about "Confirmation Bias," believing things that support what we already believe and rejecting things that don't.
Every semester for 15 years, I have been privileged to address high school classes as part of a general introduction to various political/radical groups.
In 1962, as an 18-year-old freshman at OSU, I was introduced to the question of whether history was progressive...
I'm not afraid that Donald Trump might be elected President. No, I'm depressed...
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