Category Archives: Education evaluation

It’s a hard knock life

It’s the hard knock life, for us! Steada treated, we get tricked Steada kisses, we get kicked It’s the hard knock life! From standin’ on the corners boppin’ To drivin’ some of the hottest cars New York has ever seen … Continue reading

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My first day in kindergarden

Yesterday was my first day in kindergarden . Being called a kindergarten teacher is a loose term here in the middle east and so found myself acting as a babysitter, sometimes singing in a round  table of sweet small beings … Continue reading

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Whose to blame?

Being twelve years old is difficult, i recall being that age and being bullied in school, i was not a small or overweighed or odd looking kid except the fancy schmancy clothes my mother had insisted i wear that did … Continue reading

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Criticsm

Long after you forget what someone says, you remember how the words said had made you feel. The warning signs were there all along ; the principal had made an appointment with me then forgot to cancel it, emergency meeting she … Continue reading

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It’s good to be back in school

First day of school after Autumn vacation Sanity Order Mingled with Insanity Chaos but still The bell marks the beginning and the end As I dwell on the theme to whom the bell rings .. When my life Will grow … Continue reading

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the light shining from the dark

It never fails to astonish me how some of the poorest people in the world in material are often times richest in generosity towards helping others!

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why i will not visit a death camp

With  a personal family  history in the death camps; my maternal grandmother lost her mother , siblings and most of their children in death camps in Europe, i took my sons one summer  to visit the  European city my mother and her … Continue reading

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