As this article is being written, we are continuing to feel a great deal of concern about the state budget. Here is where the situation is at today:
Good news, hopefully:
Unfortunately, the news in some areas is not positive. The items that follow are going to have a negative effect and should be considered moving forward.
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I get it. Opening up social media sites on your district’s network can be scary and overwhelming, especially with the constant reports about online bullying and inappropriate communication between educators and students. But what is equally concerning to me is knowing that our students use unrestricted social media and other communication tools anyway, many without supervision, guidance and no understanding of their content’s ramifications.
We became concerned a few months ago when a media blitz started about the taxation patterns of wind farms (wind energy systems if you talk to industry people).
My cell phone lost me today, but no worries–I didn’t panic! I kept telling myself that I’ve only had this electronic device, which connects me professionally and personally, for less than 15 years