An excerpt from the chapter – Back of the Class

Teaching has to be one of the most under-appreciated professions. On the other side of the coin you have politicians serving in the U.S Congress collecting 6 figure salaries for doing a negligible amount of work. It would seem that their essential focus is oriented towards raising money, consolidating their power and staying in office.Continue reading “An excerpt from the chapter – Back of the Class”

God doesn’t want to be in school, he wants to be in church – A rant

The commentary from former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee would have been laughable if it wasn’t so patently stupid. If you’re not privy to his take on the tragedy in Connecticut I’ll include it here for your reading pleasure: “We ask why there is violence in our schools, but we’ve systematically removed God from our schools.Continue reading “God doesn’t want to be in school, he wants to be in church – A rant”

The heroism of Teaching and how a teacher saved me

The recent school shooting in Connecticut, draws attention to one of the noblest, selfless, yet underappreciated professions in our society; teachers. One would be remiss not to recall how a teacher has motivated them to push the envelope to reach plateaus that might not have been reached otherwise. Any attempt to make sense out ofContinue reading “The heroism of Teaching and how a teacher saved me”