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Relying on not my own strength

In moment like these, I am relieved by the strength of my King. I wrote a list of the things I have to do for only this one class, CO301D, and boy there is 5 things to do by tomorrow at midnight. Plus, I need to study for my finals, finish a revision paper, and [...]

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School Choice

"The voucher-like program, the largest of its kind in the country, helps pay tuition for nearly 100,000 students from low-income families. But there is scant evidence that these students fare better academically than their peers in public schools." (Article Source) I am not quite sure how I really feel about this voucher program. On one [...]

Meet the Expert: Cathy Fleischer

Cathy immediately mentioned Everyday Advocacy. Everyday Advocacy means that you act as an advocate on a daily basis, which is removed from the legislative advocacy. "Think of your local context." I love this idea because it seems more practical for teachers. Cathy mentioned that we, as teachers, are extremely busy, and it is hard to [...]