Monthly Archives: October 2013

Emails from Mrs Momblog

I am writing in hopes to reach my readers who have been receiving unsolicited emails from me.  I have NOT sent any emails to anybody who is a follower, commenter, twitter follower, or someone who has ‘liked’ the Mrs Momblog … Continue reading

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Teacher Evaluations and Your Child

I’m not sure how other states are conducting their teacher evaluation plans, but here in New York, we have what is called APPR (Annual Professional Performance Review) and what it used to look like vs what it looks like now … Continue reading

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When Families Can’t Afford to Work: The Irony

My husband and I are a two income family.  We both worked hard to earn our degrees and have student loans to pay. We are lucky to be employed as so many are not.   There are days, however, as … Continue reading

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How Common Core is Slowly Changing My Child

A Letter to Commissioner King and the New York State Education Department: I have played your game for the past two years.  As an educator, I have created my teaching portfolio with enough evidence so I can prove that I … Continue reading

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