First up to bat, Nancy Flanagan from Teacher in a Strange Land, and trust me, she smacks this one out of the ballpark. Hails bails, I think she smacked it clear into the next state. "Discouraged from Dreaming" is probably the best post I've read in a long, long time. You've got to check it out.
Pat over at Successful Teaching hits a line drive with her 10 suggestions for confronting difficult parents. While you may have heard some of them before, we're all probably due for a reminder.
Making her first appearance at the Carnival, Lollitot is on deck offering her ranking of the top 10 public schools in Manhattan.
Next up at bat, Darren from Right on the Left Coast. Sometimes he's best when he can just walk us through it.
There's our science guy, Steve Spangler, warming up in the bull pen. He's got some "awesome Halloween Dry Ice experiments" for us. Now, if he'd only supply the candy.
Jane Goodwin over at Scheiss Weekly thinks this generation is striking out and she's a bit worried about the future. And after reading her post, I'm worried, too.
Umpire education guru Joanne Jacobs notes some elite schools are scaling back on homework because more doesn't necessarily mean better.
And coming in as relief pitcher is yours truly with "Confessions, Smart Phones & Bullies."
It's time for that 7th inning stretch and time to check out the "15 most butchered phrased in the English Language."
Well that's it for this edition of the carnival. Oh, just one more thing left to say:
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