Having witnessed the effects of gun violence first hand, Charlene Mendoza questions the wisdom of putting guns in schools.
Charlene Mendoza, AP English Language and Literature, Tucson, AZ
By Charlene Mendoza VIVA Arizona Teachers Idea Exchange As teachers, we know that moment when “it” happens. That moment when we know the bait was taken, the interest engaged, the inquiry begun or the spark ignited. That moment when the energy begins to flow and the classroom transforms into an active, engaging learning environment. For
From Arizona Sun’s Classroom Daily Briefs Heritage Elementary School’s Williams campus principal Kaytie Thies was among a select group of charter school teachers chosen to present an action plan for implementing new Common Core Standards for education to Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal and Arizona State Board of Education President Jaime Molera. The
Contact: Megan Gilbertson O: 602.944.0644 ext. 312 C: 602.688.9435 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Charter Teachers Share Thoughts on Implementing New Standards Arizona teachers need more training, parents need a heads up Phoenix, Ariz. (June 8, 2012) – In order to ensure a successful transition to new, more rigorous K-12 curriculum standards, Arizona must provide additional training