Category: reflections

When We’re Denied the Right To Learn

When We’re Denied the Right To Learn

I know — most of us take this right (or privilige, though that’s not really the point of this post) for granted.  As children, we went to elementary school.  It was expected. As teens, we went to high school.  Again, with the expectations. As adults, many of us went on to college. Bottom line, we received education.   Call it good,...

So little to do, so much time to do it in

So little to do, so much time to do it in

Strike that, reverse it… Quite a few friends are posting their TO DO lists on their blogs, Livejournals, Facebooks, etc. I’ve actually enjoyed reading them as it gives me a sense of how everyone fares while insanity ensues. So here goes my turn: TODAY 1. Grade 3 massive student projects 2. Read/Critique/Grade 8 thirty-page screenplays 3. Prepare dough for 24...