Lately, I’ve been obsessed with technology safety. The more my kids get online, the more I realize I need to get involved in talking with them about using it safely. Most of my focus has been about online safety for younger kids. That said, my girls are closely approaching the tween/teen years and I will have to broach the topic of social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Vine, Snapchat and Twitter.
Lately, what has been most striking, has been witnessing how much I have changed… especially this past year. This change was not brought about by a desire to “reinvent my look” or streamline my morning beauty routine. It represents a profound change in our families core existence. What happened? [read more}
The confusion others express about by my perceived racial ambiguity, has proven to be both beneficial and problematic. I get to hear what white people say about blacks when they don’t know black people (in this case ME) are listening… Sometimes they say these things to my face. This experience made me intensely aware of the “privilege” of my skin color.
This is a great article with an interview with our new Superintendant Richard Carranza by Erica Hellerstein of Mission Local. Even though we are facing tough times in California when
If you are a parent of an SFUSD student, you are now well aware of furlough days, the mandatory days that the district has ordered
I’m re-posting this great article on Board of Education Commisioner Rachel Norton’s blog. It’s entitled “How Kohl’s Cares makes sellouts of us all“. In it Ms.