Undervaluing Educators

The past week has seen an unprecedented amount of civil action by educators. From teacher walkouts in several states, to a rally in the capital of Puerto Rico, educators across the country are fed up with being unappreciated, underpaid, and threatened with school closings and the privatization of our public school system. We are hopeful … Continue reading Undervaluing Educators

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Reciprocal Teaching Trick

It has been said, that to truly master something, you must teach it. Educators understand this concept and attempt to work it into our pedagogy, employing activities such as reciprocal teaching in our classrooms. However, I don't think many of our students have quite caught on to the potential benefits, and simply see it as … Continue reading Reciprocal Teaching Trick

Armed Educators

Gun violence is a problem plaguing or society and even our schools now, causing so much hurt and pain. Real solutions to this issue need to be proposed. Some of the ones we hear coming from our political leaders are comical enough that they need to be featured in a comic strip...

Public Votes No on Question 2 Comic

During every election there are a number of ballot measures that the public┬ámust vote on. In Massachusetts, the number 2 ballot question was regarding if the cap on the number of charter schools should be lifted. Well, this election the citizens of MA responded with a resounding NO! Check out my comic on this issue … Continue reading Public Votes No on Question 2 Comic