Being being black in America right now is frankly depressing. With all that is happening, the urge to to go back to “business as usual” seems way off base.
There will always be those with a little more, and those with a little less. But, short of sounding like a broken record (and really, how effective is lecturing anyway?)… how do we help our children explore the concept of GRATITUDE in a truly meaningful way?
This Monday Inspiration comes from a toddler who gives marriage advice to her mommy.
Have you ever encountered a problem with someone that kept you up at night? Turns out, parenting experience can teach us a lot about how to create positive change in our schools.
It took a cancer diagnosis to realize life is too short to worry about being “normal” (whatever that is.) Now that I’m a mom I wonder, “How can I help my kids learn to let their own little “freak flags” fly?”
SFUSD GATE Participation by Race | Create infographics Clicking on the circle graph representing SFUSD demographics above you can see...
At a time when I am trying to balance healing myself with giving back, the events surrounding the Black Lives Matter Movement have made me feel a need to be even more active in the social justice movement. So, this question has been troubling me. “How can I stay engaged in the movement for social justice in a meaningful AND sustainable way?”
Anyone who is half aware knows there is a lot to do in our world. Even so, it’s important to remember how far we’ve come.
If you haven’t already voted today, HERE IS YOUR REMINDER!
For those of you who need an extra nudge, here’s a great clip by John Oliver that aired this past weekend explaining why it’s important:
“And now back to our regularly scheduled program…” SFUSD Reels After Learning About the Governor’s New Teacher Pension Plan
After months of hopeful preparation for an improved education budget, SFUSD reels after learning about the governor’s new teacher pension plan