As a teacher I admit that there are systemic problems that plague poor students in the educational system. For most of my career I have taught in urban schools, but I have also taught for several years in rural schools. I grew up going to school in a regional school district. There were students who… Continue reading Teacher Evaluation Models for Police to Work With the Community
Why? I sincerely ask that question because I admit, I don't know. I know what I have experienced and felt. I know that it has not been acceptable. I know that things are not just. I'm not going to suggest equal because it will never be equal, nor should it. Equality is homogeneous (one gender,… Continue reading Do you get it now?
Freedom can hold you in shackles
Ms. Joplin might convince you that you have to give everything up in order to be free. Pat, concurs with his ideal of freedom. Reflecting on the two views show something similar; a regret held against giving someone up. Freedom is an increasingly complex concept. If one accepts freedom as lacking in responsibility it aligns… Continue reading The Freedom of Sympathy
I am fond of words, especially words with more than one meaning. Wordplay is fun too. Double entendres are great; I am a fan of Austin Powers because of this reason. For the last few months, I have been thinking of the word “intimacy” and writing a blog about the word. Now that I am… Continue reading Intimacy