How to Teach My Son: A Courtesy Letter to the Preschool World


The countdown has begun. Avengers lunch boxes line the shelves as though in anticipation for the one-boy parade that is my son, my beautiful curl-capped child who does nothing short of controlling the weather in our house. Preschool World, I have a thirteen-year-old daughter whom I’ve sent your way before, and I have a one-year-old […]

August 28, 2014

Education and the Cost of Being Weird


             So the word on the street is that the Prices are a little weird. Perhaps folks have always thought that about us—certainly, they’ve always thought it about me, and they should; I am a little weird. But when they started saying it about my family, I wasn’t quite sure […]

February 25, 2014

About Me, or A Teaching Philosophy in Disguise


One thing you should know about me is that, first and foremost, I am a writer. I enjoy sharing my passion for language and literature with students, and there are few places I’d rather be than in the classroom, slinging around ideas. Another thing you should know about me is that I’m a technology and […]

May 4, 2010