Reformers and Anti-Reformers: An Underwater Perspective

Part II of the series:  The Need for a Deeper Dive Over the past few months, I have tweeted under the #biggerfish2fry umbrella arguing that I don’t want to pick sides in the polarized reform/anti-reform debate. I feel that each side has a compelling argument and each side has room for growth.  But being challenged … More Reformers and Anti-Reformers: An Underwater Perspective

Black Lives Matter: A Charge to Make Learning Culturally Relevant

Years ago, I was sitting in the computer lab with my best friend and she asked, “Why do you make all of your papers about black people or black issues?” As a college student, newly smitten with the learning process (because high school was a totally different experience for me), I zeroed in on her … More Black Lives Matter: A Charge to Make Learning Culturally Relevant