politics

What's stressing our schools: 1st of a 6 part series

Policy and budget changes over the last few years in Michigan have left schools in a more stressful state than before. In this series I plan to lay out perspective of how these changes and other realities impact the quality of education for students. From outsourcing of staff, to unsustainable pay for new teachers, to … Continue Reading →

As a public school teacher, I choose to be in my union

Teacher unions have received their share of accusations just like any other unionized workforce. There has been a push this year to get more teachers to opt out of union membership, which had to be done in August. In my experience, I have seen teacher unions do more to aid in the education of students than … Continue Reading →