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What is PRIDE? (For Folsom High Students)

Since a group who analyzes high schools is coming, we’ve been being told repeated propaganda to make sure we look good for the people coming whose job it is to make sure our school is meeting all the requirements! 150 more words

For Teens

Understanding the Impact of Technology on Teens

My Grandma has been sharing my blog with other adults, and they have been asking for me to help them with understanding and dealing with the use of technology, specifically smartphones, video games, and computers. 2,657 more words

My Posts

Common Core for Adults Pt6: Multiplication Counting Strategies

At the beginning of this post, I want to again emphasize that what goes on in the classroom may or may not be Common Core (CC). 840 more words


Children are the commodity; not the tenure of a school principal.

As public school systems and school system leaders begin to deliberate as to what principals should be leading which schools, two primary questions should be addressed. 405 more words

Education For All Children

How To Talk Your Teen Down from High-Priced Colleges (MainStreet)

“I want to go to University of Miami, because they have an awesome football team,” my daughter, then a junior in high school, announced. “Julie’s going there and I think I can get in, too.”

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College Planning

How to Get Anything You Want

This includes money, a girl/boyfriend, success, happiness, a certain event to go your way, recover extremely quickly from an injury or loss, get a good grade on a test, go to the college you want, get the grades you want, become good at any sport, lose weight, be healthier, I don’t know about bringing back someone from the dead or not having to do homework, but that’s only because I have yet to test it or hear from others their experience! 570 more words

For Teens

Sign Up for a Plant for the Planet Academy!

Saturday, March 14th, 2015 9am – 5:30pm

Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center, Seattle WA

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Saturday, March 28th, 2015 9am – 5:30pm… 596 more words