from a public HS teacher (Gov't, Religion, Soc. Issues), who is eclectic (Dem-leaning) politically and Quaker (& open) on everything else. Hope you enjoy what you find here.

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Welcome, Washington Post readers 

I see that Jay Mathews hot-linked to this blog in his mention about me in the piece he did about Eleanor Roosevelt, the terrific school at which I am honored to teach.

What Jay does not realize is that this blog is basically moribund. Even some of the links on the right hand side, such as that for My Left Wing, are now obsolete.

I do still blog. You can read my work at my user page at Daily Kos I also bog elsewhere, including educational sites, human rights blogs, Virginia blogs, etc. In the interim since I last posted here (before this evening), I have also had occasion to blog at the New York Times and Teacher Magazine, and also been paid for some writing for the print edition of The Washington Post.

I simply did not have enough time to cross-post everything I wrote here, or at a later blog that I maintained for a while. I was being well-read at Daily Kos and elsewhere, and it took what time I had to monitor comments there.

So thanks for coming over. If you choose to follow me at Daily Kos, only about 1/3 - 1/4 of what I write is about education. I also write about human rights, economics, the environment, music, historic events of the day, etc.

I tweet when I post. You can follow me at Twitter as @teacherken the same screen name I use for blogging.


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