I just finished my 3rd week of metabolic aftershock. Oh my goodness. I was having a lot of joint pain before I started, but I realized that when I hurt my shoulder last spring, I’d quit moving because my shoulder hurt. So the shoulder got better and the rest of me was a mess. I can’t believe how much better I feel today and how much easier it is to move!
The only complaint I have involved the ordering process. It took forever and was way too gimmicky, but well worth the hassel.
NCAE has planned a Week of Action beginning May 8 to support PE, music, art, and foreign language teachers. Unfortunately media specialists are not mentioned.
Please join me in sending NCAE a comment thanking them for their support of all these courses and asking that they add school librarians to the list! Please advocate for school libraries!
We got a reprieve until 2018.
NC Senate committee approves revised version of HB13; Class-size changes pushed to 2018 | abc11.com
A bill approved by a Senate committee Monday evening would phase-in the reductions for the maximum class sizes in kindergarten through third grades currently scheduled for next fall. Now, those caps won’t have to be met until fall 2018.
Source: NC Senate committee approves revised version of HB13; Class-size changes pushed to 2018 | abc11.com
Everyone means well, but there are so many unintended consequences of not understanding poverty.
When Elite Parents Dominate Volunteers, Children Lose – The New York Times
The Senate Education Committee will consider Monday night a bill that school districts say is needed to prevent thousands of potential teacher layoffs and cuts in art, music and physical education classes in North Carolina elementary schools.
Source: NC Senate panel to hear K-3 class size flexibility bill Monday | News & Observer