Last year, more than 3 in 4 educators (77%) dedicated at least seven “extra” hours to their jobs above and beyond the required work week. If you're a teacher, you're nodding your head in solidarity. Also, 66% of millennial educators identified personal finances as their number one ... » Learn More about LifeChanger of the Year
This is a post sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association and SparkySchoolhouse.org. Unless you live under a rock (which actually sounds like a fabulous idea right about now), you're familiar with the TV show This is Us. And if you're familiar with the show, you're probably ... » Learn More about Turn Off Your Crock Pot!
My birthday is in November, a notoriously inconsistent month of weather here in western Pennsylvania. The majority of my November shindigs consisted of my mom's cousin, a professional clown, entertaining/terrifying my party guests in our cramped basement. Nothing says THANKS FOR COMING like making ... » Learn More about The Snapology Franchise: Changing How You Celebrate Those Winter Birthdays!
Learning is a life-long process, and as it turns out, so is teaching. Today's educators are constantly shadow boxing the ever-changing world of standardized testing, technology, and best practices. As our students' needs change, so, too, does our role in the classroom. I just had a conversation ... » Learn More about Digital Promise’s Micro-Credentials, AKA: Earn PD Credits Here!
Every parent worries they could potentially raise an a-hole. It's true--ask any of us. Our fear of adding to the already overflowing pool of a-holes is palpable. It's up there with the fear that our children divulge embarrassing secrets to their teachers then we have to look those teachers in the ... » Learn More about “Mummy, yet’s doNATE dis!”