A Response to The Article Entitled Teachers Go Public With Their Resignation Letters

Included in this blog post is a link to the article entitled, Teachers Go Public With Their Letters of Resignation. http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/teacherbeat/2017/04/why_do_teachers_quit_their_res.html?cmp=eml-contshr-shr This article was written in response to the thousands of letters of resignations written by teachers that have elected to leave the education profession entirely. This topic is of interest to me in particular…

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What Happened to Teachers In 2018?

So, what happened to teachers in 2018? As is indicated in the article entitled, Teachers Quit Their Jobs in Record Numbers In 2018, the Wall Street Journal has reported that in 2018 teachers quit their jobs at the fastest rate on government record. Why do you believe that this has occurred? I think that we would all…

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In the Spirit of Excellence: This Educator’s Four Lessons Learned From the Woman That Cleans the Bathroom At The Atlanta Hartsfield Airport

I’d like to wish my readers a happy holiday season. I enter this season with the spirit of thanksgiving particularly as it relates to all of the life lessons that I have learned.  This week’s blog post is entitled: In the Spirit of Excellence, and is written as a result of interactions that I have had…

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The Wrong Side of the Street

Last week I went to the dentist and while waiting in the chair, I watched a home upgrade/buying show. During the show the potential buyer said, “I love this home, I love this land, but I will not buy this house because it is on the wrong side of the street.” She added, “it’s the…

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Educators! How bad do you want it?

Knowledge Transfer Straight Ahead

As we work toward our goal of preparing our students for success in school, and most importantly in life, it has become imperative that we continue to grow intellectually. It is my belief that this goal is best accomplished when we combine our intelligences and share our professional experiences with educators that have similar missions…

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Welcome to Sonya Whitaker’s Blog

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Welcome! I would like to share that I am thrilled to unveil My New Website to you!! This website has been developed with you in mind. My goal is to remain in close contact with you as we grow to develop a better understanding about how to best meet the needs of our diverse population…

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