Monthly Archives: August 2013

This is why we’re here.

Today I had my students write letters to me detailing their learning expectations for the year. One student (who was the cause of so many headaches last year — violent and threatening to both his classmates and me) deviated a … Continue reading

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How dirty cafeterias can improve classroom decor

To our immense relief, shortly after arriving on Tutuila last Friday night, we were informed that the first week of school had been delayed one week because several schools had failed health inspection. This should come as no surprise to … Continue reading

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