Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Transparency Files: Annual Parent Survey

After making transparent the results of my own evaluation by both myself and my faculty, here, it is time to turn to our other annual survey: the Annual Parent Survey. For comparison sake, you are welcome to explore last year’s … Continue reading

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The Transparency Files: Evaluation of Self

Before moving into what will be a series of “Transparency Files” blog posts which will begin with my own evaluation, then move to reveal the results of this year’s Parent Survey, follow with a discussion on this year’s standardized testing, … Continue reading

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MJGDS 50th Anniversary Speech

What a magical evening last night was! I was asked if I would publish my remarks and it is, of course, my pleasure to do so. 50th Anniversary Gala Speech I come before you this evening with unbridled gratitude and … Continue reading

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An edJEWcon Reflection

edJEWcon. Wow. How’s that for an honest and succinct reflection!  But that is truly how I feel coming out of an experience unlike any I have ever had.  I feel equal parts “proud parent”, “exhausted midwife”, “exhilarated student”, and “inspired … Continue reading

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