‘It’s Been A Long Time, I Shouldn’t Have Left You’ — But Let Me Explain

Ok, Ok. The amazing words in the title of this post belong to the legendary MC Rakim and DJ Eric B. ( I love you!), but biting their rhyme is a desperate attempt (but cool as hell, right?) to ask you for a big stinkin’ break. This may be a lame excuse to leave you hanging, but the first 11 days of 2018 have kept … Continue reading ‘It’s Been A Long Time, I Shouldn’t Have Left You’ — But Let Me Explain

Saturday Morning reMIX: EdStories from March 20 – March 24

It’s Spring Break in Nashville and the most popular ticket in town was the voucher legislation dancing its way through the Tennessee legislature. The bill targeting Memphis families zoned to failing schools passed the House Education Committee this week. The legislation now moves to the House Government Operations Committee and is pending in the Senate’s Finance, Ways and Means Committee. And the tango continues… 5 Things … Continue reading Saturday Morning reMIX: EdStories from March 20 – March 24

Warrior Mom Shares Story of Courage, Heartbreak, and Triumph

The post below is a joint project by Education Post bloggers Kerry-Ann Royes and Vesia Wilson-Hawkins who were in the nation’s capital for an education writer’s training. Both bloggers are passionate about children and families and as luck as would have it… Vesia: When traveling, the Southern hospitality goes with me. So when a lady sitting next to our table asks my partner, “did you … Continue reading Warrior Mom Shares Story of Courage, Heartbreak, and Triumph