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A Morning After: Ukraine, Putin, and the Attack on Democracy

INTRODUCTORY NOTE:  I have been in a period of personal and professional reorganization following a major health scare. From June through September I was in treatment for throat cancer following 2 months of diagnosis and testing. The chemo and radiation therapy I underwent destroyed what had been a malignant tumor at the base of my tongue, and this good news […] Read Moreabout A Morning After: Ukraine, Putin, and the Attack on Democracy

Practitioner Research in a Time of Triple Crisis: When Too Much is Not Enough

We are living in terribly perilous times. And the stress of it all showers down on us daily. In its August 25 weekly online Education Briefing, The New York Times proclaimed “A bumpy fall semester.”[i]  The article focuses on the impact of current COVID anxieties and the political divides associated with determining how best to respond to COVID and school […] Read Moreabout Practitioner Research in a Time of Triple Crisis: When Too Much is Not Enough