Health costs jump again – is it 2014 yet?

It got big play in the media today but a new Kaiser Family Foundation survey on the rising cost of health insurance is not breaking news to many Americans, including many of my friends and colleagues that are in untenable positions. NBC led their news tonight with a report on Kaiser’s study, it’s featured prominently […]

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Stress: September’s Song

September. Students and parents are not the only ones coping with the stress that comes from this time of transition. Teachers — from kindergarten to grad school – are also faced with a plethora of unknowns, eager anticipation, unrealistic expectations placed on them by parents, students, administrators, and perhaps of themselves. While a quick Google […]