Your Co-Teacher is a “Woke” Trump Supporter

Math and Common Sense If you look at the election results and do some simple Math, your co-teacher is probably a “woke” Trump supporter. The teaching field is over 80% white or white adjacent. According to exit polls, 55% of suburban white women voted for Trump. According to this data set, it’s safe to assumeContinue reading “Your Co-Teacher is a “Woke” Trump Supporter”

Reframing School Reform

I recently read an article from http://www.the74million.org written by Rob Pondiscio, a dope writer and a friend to the reform movement. There were some salient points from the paper and some items that did not resonate with me. I won’t go line for line regarding my likes or dislikes of his piece, but I wouldContinue reading “Reframing School Reform”

Why I’m Moving Away from Karenism

Directional Because of our inability to have decent conversations, we have trended into dangerously divisive ways of being. For example, instead of calling racist white women- racist white women, we have adapted what I’ve coined as Karenism. Today, we are selecting what direction our country will go in for the next four years. Will theContinue reading “Why I’m Moving Away from Karenism”

Trash Rapper turned Political Pundit

Guys, come on, I know you all laughed out loud when you saw the picture of Dwayne Carter, aka Lil Wayne, pictured with President Trump. Yet another trash rapper turned political pundit. If you haven’t seen this picture, it was a horrifying sight but not for the reasons that you may think. A lot ofContinue reading “Trash Rapper turned Political Pundit”

Trust the Process

Trust the Process If there is anything that I have learned during this Covid-19 pandemic is to trust the process. Not everything is going to happen when you want it to happen. However, for real success to occur, you have to be willing to take risks. Sometimes risks are calculated, but sometimes they aren’t. YouContinue reading “Trust the Process”

TCRWPBS

TCRWPBS If I told you about my frustrations with the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project (TCRWPBS), you wouldn’t believe me.  First, you would think I was making it up.  Unfortunately, I am not making it up.  This curriculum isn’t in the best interest of Black and Brown kids.  As a result of my willingness toContinue reading “TCRWPBS”

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