The Friends We Have Made in the Nonprofit Sector
...in the midst of the constant difficulty in funding our critical projects, we found that there is great freedom in volunteering
I think our fathers of cognitive development would probably agree that it doesn’t mean that children should never be expected to sit still or to be quiet, but that it will be much harder than it is for most of us in the adult world and it may not indicate that they are really “working” or thinking critically about anything.
We have hope. Surely the tide will turn and more people (like the teachers in Seattle) will stand up and say “enough is enough”, more parents will be empowered to move beyond survival...
Justice: What We Teach
As a parent and teacher, I am going to suggest that there are no standards, textbooks, powerpoint presentations, novels, films or any other teaching tool that teach the way that the school experience does...
Where Are the Children?
Why are the school yards empty in the middle of the day?
But for reading, my students craved real books...they wanted whole and complete stories, poetry or manuals on how to do something useful.