As a newspaper columnist, Nancy Devlin, Ph.D. has written over 700 articles on subjects related to education and parenting. Welcome to her Classroom!
All adults are potential mentors. When a child reaches out to you, recognize the gesture and be there, ready, willing and able to provide support. Continue reading
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Teacher tenure laws are coming under close scrutiny, usually not in a pleasant way. One headline read: “When teachers should be expelled from class.” “New hope for getting ride of bad apples.” The assumption seems to be that tenure permits … Continue reading