Time to Wake Up: What Happened this Month in Mississippi and Why it Matters

A headline flashes across my Facebook feed. “Mississippi governor signs order declaring April 2020 Confederate Heritage Month.” My first reaction is incredulity— that can’t be true. It’s from a news source I’m not familiar with, so I do a quick Google search to see what I can piece together about the story. Within seconds, I … Continue reading Time to Wake Up: What Happened this Month in Mississippi and Why it Matters

12 Tips for “Homeschooling” from a Hybrid Mom

The world looks much different today than we could have ever predicted when 2020 kicked off. With Covid-19 causing a worldwide pandemic and national emergency, we’re all doing our part to help slow the spread and flatten the curve. So, for all of you who are about to become involuntary homeschoolers, as a public educator/homeschool mom hybrid myself, I offer you 12 tips on how to keep your sanity and help your kids thrive at home during this unprecedented worldwide event.