Eugene was a champion athlete, but he was also a champion person. He lived in the aptly named Race Path Community of Myrtle Beach. He lived on Neighbor Lane. Neighbor Lane actually wasn’t very neighborly. When we dropped the athletes
This series of articles is about an old friend - Eugene Williams. Here he is:
Eugene was one of my assistant track coaches at Myrtle Beach (SC) High School. He mainly coached the sprinters, having run the 200 and 400 meters
This article is about an old friend - Eugene Williams. He is pictured at the bottom of this article.
Eugene was one of my assistant track coaches at Myrtle Beach (SC) High School. He mainly coached the sprinters, having run the
The way I figure it is that when we don’t include and encourage every single student, regardless of race or background, we will end up hating our jobs while at the same time trashing a lot of kids' belief in
I've given up hope. Our profession is broken and useless. It pretty much always has been. That is my conclusion after being in the field for 45 years.
If you disagree with this statement, if you feel that your life as
Our bosses profess to want REFORM in education. We all looked to CI. That was the right place to look. But to our shame we largely ignored the equity/inclusion side of things. Maybe it's because George Floyd hadn't yet been
To repeat the main point of the last article: how our students do in terms of language gains and how we do at our jobs is directly and deeply connected to how we address the concept of inclusion and equity