Monthly Archives: June 2014

Get Your Poem On/ 21 Sometimes the Conditions Inside and Out Are All Wrong


 As the school year comes to the final days, lots of work with deadlines has piled.  I took lots home this weekend.  I didn’t see any other way.  However, halfway into the weekend, I still hadn’t done anything with it.  … Continue reading

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Get Your Poem On/ 20 Thank You, Maya Angelou


Last October, Maya Angelou lovingly used her standing in society for the children.  She wrote a letter to President Obama regarding the landscape of education.  I am grateful. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/wp/2013/10/22/top-authors-including-maya-angelou-urge-obama-to-curb-standardized-testing/ I work with adult students as some of you know.  They … Continue reading

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