Closing Classrooms and Opening New Doors

For me, the shock of all of this has been slow to wear off. But the denial that we are actually teaching amidst a pandemic is finally abating, and now, like so many of you, I am struggling. The pivot from brick and mortar schooling to a fully digital platform, almost overnight, has been difficult

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Securing Your First Teaching Job

You are finally to the last part of your journey! You have recently completed your student teaching placement where you taught someone else’s class for free while they were being paid to watch you. Your diploma has just arrived in the mail honoring your commitment to 120 credit hours of classes, papers, and lesson planning-

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What is Classical Charter Education?

Many classical charter schools are being birthed across the nation, giving parents choices in where, how, and what their students can learn, as well as contributing to public school reform.  The goal of these schools is to provide public school students with education in the liberal arts and sciences as well as receiving training in the principles

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