Monthly Archives: April 2011

Defining Success

How many lives will you touch over the lifetime of your teaching career? After 30 years in education, even if you teach in a self-contained, single grade classroom with an average enrollment of 20 students, you literally will have come … Continue reading

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Does a College Degree Lead to Higher Lifetime Earnings?

As a former high school counselor, I continue to be frustrated by the myth we have so resoundingly bought into. Namely–the idea that a 4-year college degree is the single BEST option for students to pursue after high school. Let … Continue reading

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Technology in Schools

Look around you. How many examples of technology are available at your fingertips? Do you have a computer? (Laptop, desktop or tablet computer such as an iPad?) How about a smart phone? (not to be confused with a basic cell … Continue reading

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