Month: July 2020

Health, Safety and Inequity-In times of COVID:

It’s compelling to learn how much my community college students have to overcome just to arrive in class, let alone concentrate. And now, during COVID, I see them losing jobs, then taking what’s available, including at risk their own well-being to deliver groceries to those that can afford the extra fee. Cleary COVID itself doesn’t Read More

Writing Papers on Cell Phones:

Email first surfaced when I was in college (1990ish) and I remember crossing my fingers for a message from my boyfriend who was living several states away. At the time I was also very excited to talk on the phone on my front porch, a monolithic thirty feet from its cradle in the kitchen. Ours Read More

Equity-The Dire Lack of

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