Tagged with Education

Long Time Coming

This past Saturday Jason graduated with his Bachelor’s in Mathematical Studies, with a focus in Statistics, from the University of Texas at Dallas! Hooray! This is a huge blessing at our house and we thank God that this day has finally come. I am so proud of Jason for persevering through many obstacles and frustrations … Continue reading

Check that one off the list

When I was in high school my mom went back to school to get her Master’s degree. She was teaching full time and had children at home so it wasn’t a walk in the park. But, she persevered and was extremely happy for making the decision to get her Master’s; upon completion she immediately transitioned … Continue reading


When you grow up and go to school for 13 years (more, if you had to go to preschool) then you go through four years of college (five, if you are me) you get quite used to having a glorious week of no school every spring. Well, guess what, if you become a teacher when … Continue reading

Bad Press

It seems that the only time that art teachers (or most teachers in general) make the news is when they are put on leave or fired. Here is the latest… School Board Fires Teacher over Controversial Artwork

In the minority

As I mention in my “about” section, I am a graduate student…allow me to elaborate upon that–I am a graduate student at the University of North Texas pursuing a Master’s in Art Education. This alone puts me in the minority…do you know anyone else in this field? My point exactly. However, even once you get … Continue reading