Yes, My Work Outfits are a Political Statement

On Tuesday, one of my Instagram teacher friends posted a photo that stated, "If you teach in urban education and you are offended by players taking a knee, TAKE A SEAT. You are already deemed ineffective by your cultural incompetence." As soon as I read it, I immediately reposted it and let out an obnoxious … Continue reading Yes, My Work Outfits are a Political Statement

Social Justice in the Classroom

Over the weekend, I've been trying my hardest to figure out what's been going on in the world. The events in Charlottesville really got me thinking about how I approach social justice in my classroom. Last year, the day after the election, I abandoned my lesson plans and had a community circle. I allowed my … Continue reading Social Justice in the Classroom