Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Complexity of Simple Changes

I started mid-year and jumped into TA with no expectations, on me, of the kids, of the culture. At the time, some disagreed on what the letters stood for and how the groups were constructed. I got what I expected, unsurprisingly. … Continue reading

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How the Woodchucks Can Save Vermont

Rapidly vanishing are Vermont’s cultural values and pride in its heritage. With these, also vanishes a sense of place for our communities, a sense of identity for our children, and above all a collective sense of worth for our place in the global … Continue reading

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