Freedom through Literacy

Frederick Douglass said, “Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” That freedom comes from knowledge, discernment, word recognition and comprehension. Illiteracy not only robs the mind’s ability to grow and learn, but it is directly linked to crime and failure. The Department of Justice states, “The link between academic failure and delinquency,Continue reading “Freedom through Literacy”

On your worst day on the job, somebody needs you

Most, if not all educators will agree that it is not easy being a teacher. We all know the joys and frustrations that teaching can bring. We know the day-to-day realities and the trials that pop up as we give our best to educate our students, a goal we all share. We also know thatContinue reading “On your worst day on the job, somebody needs you”