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By John Wildermuth Published 4:00 am PST, Friday, January 4, 2019 Gov. Jerry Brown reflects on his second eight-year term as first dog Colusa “Lucy” Brown waits for a walk. Gov. Jerry Brown reflects on his second eight-year term as first dog Colusa “Lucy” Brown waits for a walk. Photo: Santiago Mejia / The Chronicle Buy photo Photo: Santiago Mejia / The Chronicle Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Gov. Jerry Brown reflects on his second eight-year term as first dog Colusa “Lucy” Brown waits for a walk. Gov. Jerry Brown reflects on his second eight-year term as first dog Colusa “Lucy” Brown waits for a walk. Photo: Santiago Mejia / The Chronicle Buy photo … [Read more...] about Jerry Brown interview transcript: On fights worth fighting, runaway legislatures and ‘stupid’ laws
challenges to increase teacher diversity, based largely on interviews and focus groups with teachers of color. The report offers teachers’ honest and, at times, painful perspectives on why the district is struggling to find and retain educators who reflect the diversity of its students. While many folks may be surprised by the barriers that teachers of color face, from licensing hurdles to feelings of isolation, educators of color are breathing a sigh of relief. Finally, we hope, people are ready to listen to us. I’ve taught in Minnesota for over a decade, and tried telling anyone who would listen that being a teacher of color is hard work. Yes, teaching is hard work, period. Add to that being one of the only people in the building who looks like the students you’re serving, dealing with daily micro-aggressions from colleagues, and watching the school-to-prison pipeline play out in front of your eyes, and you have a downright draining, sometimes dehumanizing job as a … [Read more...] about Increasing teacher diversity must start with truly listening to teachers of color
(Reuters) - President Donald Trump faced battles across many fronts in 2018, ending the year politically weakened after his Republican Party lost control of the U.S. House of Representatives at midterm elections in November.He began the year much as he ended 2017. He faced internal strife in a White House gripped by chaos and drama, losing his staff secretary, Rob Porter, who was forced out when allegations surfaced of past domestic abuse.National security adviser H.R. McMaster was removed, and was replaced by hard-charging John Bolton. Aide Hope Hicks resigned after years of service to Trump. The year ended withTrump pushing out Attorney General Jeff Sessions and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly.The White House did not respond to a request for comment. 37 PHOTOS Trump's presidency in 2018 through pictures See Gallery Trump's presidency in 2018 through pictures U.S. President Donald Trump gestures after … [Read more...] about A year of high drama at home and abroad for Trump