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Sarah Anderson
Mom, educator, reader, hiker, NCAA basketball and art fan. Likes questions more than answers. Tweets my own.
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Melissa S Hughes Feb 16
“Fairness, however, is not the job of the educator. We ought to pursue equity in our experiences with students. As educators we must, to the best of our abilities, see our students, families, and neighbors in the fullness of their identities.” ❤️
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Sarah Anderson Feb 15
Congrats to her coach too!
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Michael Magee Feb 6
1/ Need to work harder to change narratives in our communities around what defines a quality school. Integrated prepared my oldest for & for life as a happy person & engaged cititizen. She was safe, loved, met extraordinary life long friends & learned.
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Sarah Anderson Feb 6
Replying to @chiachess
Sounds awfully familiar. And then there is the even more fearful and paradoxical response to one method for actually integrating schools - charters that draw from across neighborhood and district lines.
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Sarah Anderson Feb 6
Replying to @chiachess
“white, advantaged parents appear to be measuring school quality by how many other white, advantaged parents send their children to a given school....Integrated schools are seen as educationally inferior, even as, paradoxically, parents recognize their value in the abstract”
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Sarah Anderson Jan 31
Don’t think my brother Jacob is on twitter much (he may still have a flip phone), so I’ll have to share this for him - one of NPR’s top ten albums of January!
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Providence Schools Jan 30
Great news out of Providence Public Schools: The district pledges to reimburse up to $3,200 in educational expenses for 125 teachers enrolling in English as a Second Language programs at , , and .
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Sarah Anderson Jan 29
Replying to @JoySouza2 @gcichoski
This cracked me up.
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Jeremy Chiappetta Jan 29
"We as a society have to decide: do we value giving families a choice about where to send their children to school? Rich people have a choice over where to buy their homes. Are we going to give that same choice to all Rhode Islanders?” -me via
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Andre Daughty Jan 26
Dear educators, Every single student will talk about Kobe Bryant tomorrow. Don't run, lean into it. Here's a resource to read with your class. Yes, it will be sad. But if done with empathy, it can be a great opportunity to grow and build culture. Signed, Me
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Linda Borg Jan 25
He will be here mon and tues with a public meet and greet mon@night time to be announced
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Sarah Anderson Jan 16
Replying to @ewinangun @BVPrep
Thank you for welcoming so many of us! We learned a ton! Glad to be in this work with all of you.
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Sarah Anderson Jan 16
An excellent investment! Yes, please, let's make this happen!
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Jeremy Chiappetta Jan 13
Hey kids, college admissions officers are looking at your social media (pro-tip: clean it up!). via (And guess what, so are future employers!)
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Sarah Anderson Jan 12
I am looking at getting home 3 DAYS after I was supposed to. Stranded in Dubai and wondering where the large scale response to keep the crowd comfortable and safe is Need more A/C, more staff, more water, more food, and above all more info.
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Sarah Anderson Jan 10
. teachers check this out! Let me know if you are interested...
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Jeremy Chiappetta Jan 10
Nearly two dozen perfect attendance awards for staff at MS1!
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Sarah Anderson Jan 7
I am sad I never met this woman. What an example for parent advocacy for integrated schools.
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Sarah Anderson Jan 5
I’d like to see something across the state and long term. Something where every 9th grader knows “I can go to college to be a teacher b/c I know I’ll get $ support & a good job after.” It’s time to go big.
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Sarah Anderson Jan 3
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