While I have been quietly exploring the possibilities of entering the ranks of my district’s pool of administrators since the winter, I am pleased to announce this week that as of July 1st, 2019 I will begin working as a Vice Principal at Centennial Secondary School, in Coquitlam, BC. Doubt There is an often (though […]
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Featured image courtesy of Christopher Allen on Flickr. It is a common sentiment that schools ought be apolitical spaces, despite the fact that in policy, curriculum, and objectives they cannot help but exist in political reality. In the resultant power dynamic that confronts us as professionals, even reluctant teachers engage in a struggle for agency […]
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Even as we might strive to discuss Herstory and the silencing of minority voices in our curriculum, it is startlingly easy to perpetuate and recreate the same inequalities we strive to combat in our work as educators. While we may have the best of intentions in our explicit messages about the nature of equality and justice in […]
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