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Updated: 2017-12-09T04:12:03.656-08:00

 



Very cool. I'm in my third TAH in west-central Ken...

2009-01-14T14:29:00.000-08:00

Very cool. I'm in my third TAH in west-central Kentucky. All have had the aim of bringing greater content knowledge to rural teachers. As with the Keys, it sounds like, it's a tough place for teachers.



Andrew: My wife and I serve as the external evalua...

2009-01-14T14:24:00.000-08:00

Andrew: My wife and I serve as the external evaluators on Ties That Bind, a Teaching American History project to provide greater history content knowledge for teachers in the Florida Keys. The Keys are a single district that is very spread out and in many ways quite isolated, so the project is very helpful for them. Also the high cost of living means that the Keys have a lot of trouble retaining teachers.



I've been to Cuba many times, and have seen them s...

2009-01-14T14:06:00.000-08:00

I've been to Cuba many times, and have seen them setting out from the Cuban side. I'm not sure which is sadder--watching the people leave and knowing they probably won't make it, or looking at the people left behind who clearly wish they could have gone.

What's your TAH project?