powerful moments in education
Truly, we all want the same thing: A well balanced, educated community, with happy students ready to enter society as literate contributors. After the overflowing negativity in New Hampshire press today, counteracted with positivity of what I saw in my own school, as well as thoughts after reading about the movement toward reforming NCLB (though ESEA has a L O N G way to go) I am torn between positive motions and negative thoughts.
Who really knows what is happening in public schools? We do. Ask us. I ask the general public to view their school and ask themselves, “What do I REALLY know about education vs. what I am just hearing and accepting as my own opinion?”