Monthly Archives: October 2014

My “rabble-rousing rhetoric” for the day.

Originally posted on The Plain Satisfactions:
I was recently directed to a Newsday article by Anne Michaud titled Don’t waste your vote on Stop Common Core. While her article simplisticly reduces the conversation about education reform to a  he said, she said……

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Dispatch From the Inside: This Year’s NYSATE/NYACTE Conference

I am writing this from my nest in a luxurious leather lounge chair at the beautiful old hot springs resort called the Gideon Putnam, in Saratoga, NY. For the last two days, I’ve been attending the NYS Association of Teacher … Continue reading

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Student Privacy, Still an Issue

Only days after citing the defeat of NYS’s contract with the data collection company, inBloom during my radio interview last Friday, new concerns about student privacy are taking form. Please read this press release from the website Student Privacy Matters. PARENT COALITION … Continue reading

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Call for Volunteers

Oneonta Area for Public Education has collaborated with Roots Brewing Company, a new local business in Oneonta for a monthly event we affectionately call Third Thursday. Every third Thursday of the month, members of OAPE will be hosting a social hour … Continue reading

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