Category Archives: writing about education

The Many Ways to Write About Education

Just returned from the Education Writers Association annual seminar in Washington DC-fabulous as usual! The discussions I attended were amazing and I will have lots to blog about throughout the month. But for now I’m going to do a quick post based on the question I was asked several times. “What were your favorite education…
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The Book I Never Meant to Write, But Did!

My first book will be published by Rowman & Littlefield in a few weeks. When I first began writing professionally, I never dreamed that this would be the book I’d spend almost eight years interviewing for, writing, revising, editing, and submitting over and over again; the book I’d ultimately see on the websites or shelves…
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Five Things I Learned About Writing a Book

Draft a Table of Contents This will give you the structure you need to stay on track. It is quite easy to meander away from your topic and find yourself on a totally different path than where you began. That said, don’t think of the TOC as a static document. My co-author and I revised…
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EWA Panel-Inequities in Technology: Bridging the Digital Divide

Our school districts here in Tompkins County are an interesting mix of urban, suburban, and rural. I ran across the term “digital inequity” at a public meeting last year and the term intrigued me. Having sent three boys to our village school and holding strong personal views on the increasing use of technology in the…
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