Personal Narrative: The Dirty Thirties

The Dirty Thirties were a trying time for the majority of American Citizens. This was no exception to my maternal grandmother. As the daughter of a struggling farmer, Sherill supported herself, and paid for her secondary education via hard labor and the raising of cattle. Her financial struggles have inspired me. She has also taught … Read more

Mental Health Literacy

Traditionally, the public perceives the role of the school system as providing an equitable education experience for all students. However, as anyone within the profession of education knows, it’s not that simple. In light of major school-related tragedies, including Columbine and Sandy Hook, the issue of mental health services with in schools has been brought … Read more