News of Maine's Coast and Islands
“Every student had to learn how to grow all of their crops from start to finish…”
I recently worked in an island school for two years as an ed tech in special education, in a town that I care about deeply and have close personal ties to. There were instances where I was stunned by how histories...
I conducted interviews in three communities that were responding, from my vantage point, effectively...
Time moves not in a line, but in a circle of beginnings and endings that can be celebrated with gratitude and compassion. That was the heartening message, in hard times, that came from...
Video conferencing has always been an essential and dynamic part of the TLC.
A few months ago, I was assisting in the classroom here on Frenchboro during a session with the school guidance counselor. The subject of the day was coping skills...
Across the state, high school ended this spring with a whimper. Students graduated at the peak, or perhaps post-peak, of an unprecedented pandemic.
In the past few months, teachers all over the globe have seen their email inboxes flooded with educational resources for remote instruction.
For years now, I have been turning the term “solastalgia” over in my mind. Coined by the Australian eco-philosopher Glenn Albrecht, solastalgia...