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May 15, 2020

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May 13, 2020

The pandemic has brought to light many underlying issues in our society.  Some incidents were surprising; for instance, I was astounded that 42% of American adults subsist from paycheck to paycheck each month with less than $400 in their bank account. Other phenomenon...

December 17, 2019

The famous American political phrase, “It’s the economy, stupid” is attributed to James Carville and coined during Bill Clinton's successful 1992 presidential campaign.  It simplifies all the complicated aspects of a presidential campaign down to an omnipresent and tim...

December 16, 2019

Small Gaps Widen to Larger Chasms

While hiking the 500-mile-long El Camino in Spain a couple of summers ago, a small pain ensued on the ball of my left foot. At first, the small injury was bearable, and I hoped the pain would subside with time.  However, as the miles wo...

October 7, 2019

I am thinking of a two digit number between 30 and 40 that is both an even number and a multiple of 8.  Can you guess the number?  As elementary teachers, we have all played these fun games with students and are pleased when they work out the correct answer.  In this c...

August 29, 2019

A middle distance runner competing in a 3,200 meter or 5 kilometer race practices and trains differently than a long distance runner competing in a 26.2 mile marathon race. And, of course, a middle distance runner and marathon runner would practice and train differentl...

August 17, 2019

When I was in college, my statics and dynamic professor proposed a no homework versus a double  homework wager to his students.  He stated that he could predict the exact score of the upcoming Texas and Oklahoma college football game before it even started.  Of course,...

May 19, 2019

A couple years before I retired, I was teaching fifth grade mathematics at my Title 1 elementary school – despite the fact that I was the principal. The teacher was out on a medical procedure that week, and her class was a challenging group of students that would sever...

January 28, 2019

A couple weeks ago, I attended a national charter school founder’s lecture about his experiences opening new schools across the country. After the talk concluded, a question and answer period ensued.  The person sitting next to me asked the speaker what was the general...

December 12, 2018

I do not own a washing machine.  Never have.  I use the condominium laundry room with its ten washing machines and dryers to handle my laundry needs.  I can wash or dry multiple loads of laundry simultaneously in 30 minutes, respectively.  None of this all day thing wi...

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