October 10, 2019
By Jack Creedon
Now that school has officially started, we have a chance to catch our breath. Parents, faculty and students alike have settled into routines, and we can focus our attention on the daily business of teaching and learning.
It has been hard to ignore the weekly news unfolding around the Varsity Blues admission scandal in California. While everybody seems to have an opinion about the behavior of the adults in this unfortunate situation, I wonder if parents and educators might also reflect on some of the possible root causes in our school cultures that led a host well-educated people to made a series of poor decisions on behalf of their children.
I think many of us in