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This blog post is just what I’ve been thinking.

I sometimes think I need to tame what I say, but I’m just not that kind of person.

“BULL IN A CHINA SHOP.” It’s my moniker. My mom gave it to me. And it’s a blessing and a curse.

But people have opinions. And mine don’t always line up with what my principals, my school board, my superintendent, or even my neighbors think. But as a resident of my community, as a constituent of my elected officials, as a parent, a person, I have mine.

Doesn’t mean I shouldn’t share it…

So take a gander at the blog post below. I think he makes some outstanding points:

Some people like their teachers tame, docile and opinion-free. That’s just not me.

Source: Should Teachers Have Strong Opinions?


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