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For the last 18 years, I’ve taught mostly high school English but also middle school and college level English course. I had a degree in English writing, a newborn and a job I couldn’t stand selling insurance in a call

Student Voice and Choice #mondayblogs

I’ve been thinking a lot about the latest trend in education: personalized learning. The concept is the student can choose how and when and where he or she will learn the standards. It sounds great but in theory but what

The Kid’s Gotta Go To Cleveland State?

We visited Cleveland State. We liked Cleveland State. Elizabeth got to ride a Segway while we where there. I looked around in the engineering building and I could see Elizabeth there hanging out and studying with these students. They were

The Kid’s Gotta Go to Toledo?

My ego says no, but who knows? Elizabeth just heard she was accepted to the University of Toledo but not to her engineering major which pisses me off.  I emailed the admissions rep, and she said the requirements for an

The Kid’s Gotta Go to Ohio State?

Not sure yet. Elizabeth was put on their waiting list for the engineering school. Which is sort of a win? It wasn’t a no right away. Elizabeth doesn’t have a 3.0 GPA which apparently makes a big deal to a

The Kid’s Gotta Go to Akron?

The short answer is no. The long answer is more complicated. It’s more complicated because we visited the University of Akron, and Elizabeth liked it. The university sits right in the middle of an urban setting, but the campus itself

Introduction

Welcome to the Kid’s Gotta Go. My name is Susan. I’m a teacher, a writer, and a single mother to one 17-year-old daughter, Elizabeth, who is entering her senior year of high school. Like a lot of adolescents, Elizabeth struggles