Monthly Archives: March 2018

Afraid to Speak Out?

Baltimore County Board of Education member Kathleen Causey wants to hear from teachers.  For those who are hesitant to express any criticism of current BCPS initiatives, Causey set up a post office box to hear from teachers, which she shared … Continue reading

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Definition of Insanity?

Doing the same thing over again and expecting the different result?  Is this what Baltimore County Public Schools is doing?  Brenda Peiffer’s Op-Ed in The Baltimore Sun is an indication that this may be the case.  Read it here

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When a Rift is Really a Gulf

An article from The Baltimore Sun today finally tells the story of a school board with a reality disconnect. “It’s frustrating to see that there are four members of the board who basically don’t feel they have any say,” he … Continue reading

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Dr. Dance Goes to Trial

Today was a fork in the road for us. Bill and I sat in the front row in the courtroom when Dallas Dance pleaded guilty to four counts of perjury and listened to the state prosecutor read all 66 pages … Continue reading

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PEG and Baltimore County Public Schools

Have concerns about recent reports of deteroirating behavior management in BCPS? If so, the following articles may interest you.  Warning:  contains highly controversial material.  May result in heated arguments.   “PEG’s influence on these discipline policies, Benner said, is destructive. … Continue reading

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