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The myth of tenure….. is hurting students


Long-time educator supporting individualized learning for all students. Earned BS in elementary education, Master's is Technology for Teachers, and Ph.D. in Computing Technology for Educators. Teaching experience in all grades from Pre-K to adult. Currently retired, but still involved in education through Learningbyts, as an educational consultant and CEO and author.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Sorry to hear of your RIFF. It is truly a travesty what is happening to schools, teachers and kids. Yes, kids know how to use technology as a toy – but they need to be guided to use it as a tool, an avenue for critical thinking, an instrument in collaborative learning. These things do not happen by accident. Best wishes to you – I hope you stay active in the fight for better education for all.

  2. Jenny Sams says:

    Barb…I am so sorry to hear this news. Although I have only worked with you for this past school year it has been a pleasure and I wish you only the best. It is extremely sad and disheartening at the very least.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Sorry for the loss of your job. It is truly a travesty. I completely agree that our students wont be prepared for local BRAC jobs without computer science. The BOE is the cause of the problem. The county provided the same amount of funding to the boe as it did last year. The state did cut $4 million in education funding to the county. 🙁

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