As a proponent of education, I pay attention to trends in education, political promises and the current state of education, especially as it relates to special education. I learned long ago to not wait for the government to make public education a priority. There are lots of promises of school improvement and school choice sliding across political platforms.
It’s a story for the ages. Mom shows up for child’s kindergarten class Christmas party. Mom was assigned homemade cupcakes. Mom stayed up until 1 am baking, frosting, and packing up said cupcakes. Only 1/3 of them tilted into a neighboring cupcake when mom slammed on her breaks during her 2 hour commute to work the next morning. Mom does her best to make it to the party on time and pops her assigned contribution onto the treat table, right next to the cupcakes brought by the other mom assigned this same confection. With horror, she backs away.
A well-defined, campuswide student behavior plan can help keep classroom disruptions to a minimum and maximize classroom instruction. Effective discipline plans and strategies are necessary not only to support student learning but to also maintain the safest learning environment possible.
On Valentine’s Day, you can give your spouse or life partner a traditional gift such as candy or flowers. But once you’ve done that, why not think about something that can provide longer-lasting benefits for your loved one? Specifically, think about ways to provide a lifetime of financial protection. You can do this in several ways, including:
By the time you read this, I won’t have slept for several nights.