Month: July 2016

Creating a better student, not just a better applicant

When I was in graduate school, I was really fascinated by the number of students who were not teachers. Most […]

Ms. Hoy Really Wants You To Go To College

During my first few years teaching, I worked with a student who took a lot of…work. She had some stuff […]

Black Lives Matter

I hesitated for a long time and put off writing this piece. But my automated Twitter paper kept intervening. It […]

Technology and Underserved Communities

I sometimes make fun of the AP students that I work with: “Was the Constitution signed on a Monday or […]