Paraeducators have had a dramatic impact on my time in education. They’re some of the most skilled and dedicated people, and have strong connections to the community. Yet, too few recognize their importance.
Being the principal of a school is like no other job I’ve ever had – and I’ve had some strange ones. It’s a balance of rewarding, frustrating, isolating, and sometimes outright overwhelming. I came to realize that everyone I interacted with had very different perceptions, misunderstandings, and expectations about the school principal.
Educator FI launched in July 2019. It’s been a year of learning, growth, and connection. Thanks to everyone. What comes next?
There are FAR more important things going on in the world! Yet, progress comes with consistency. So, we took a few minutes to review our financial goals at the end of Quarter 2.
We’ve never been great at budgeting. But using the anti-budget and automatic works well for us. This makes sinking funds a critical tool in our personal finance arsenal.
The long summer paycheck gap is a challenge for new teachers trying to make financial progress. Here’s how we learned to manage it.
A program that creates ties between community and schools, supports candidates with incredible potential, and meets workforce needs? Grow your own programs can be powerful levers for positive change.
You want to make more money, but prefer to focus on your career instead of side hustling. The good news is teachers have ways to increase their salary.
Education budget cuts are coming. How they’re implemented at the local level can reinforce the wealth gap. Here’s how.
A pause in posts today, to share a few of my core beliefs.