Michael G. Sheppard

Activist, Game Changer

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Teacher Accountability, Who is Really to Blame?

Since the early 1990s, the standard and accountability movement for teacher led instructions has dominated the political discourse and reform efforts in the United States. This movement is based on the theory that three principles will ultimately improve the nation’s education system. The first adheres to the academic standards or what is required for student […]

The Two Sides of the Coin: Poverty and Education

Many Americans believe that the major problem within public education is the lack of focus within the administration of a school. They even go as far as to blame the teachers for not providing the adequate time and skills needed for their child to grow and learn on a day-to-day basis. This type of mentality […]

On The Front Lines: Educators and Veterans Share Symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

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