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Support a Permanent Ceasefire in Gaza

I am writing to urge you in the strongest possible terms to pass a resolution in support of a full and permanent ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.

Correcting the Record on Kenwood Village

The property owner has almost constantly allowed the weeds on at least the middle part of the property to grow taller than my 5-foot 7 1/4-inch fence, and there are times, some listed above, when he will not mow the perimeter next to the neighboring houses in a timely manner and/or without being asked.

‘The Cause of Our Time’

Liz Cheney has a new book coming out in a few days titled Oath and Honor, which covers her time as a GOP member of Congress during Trump’s time in the White House.

Gift by Force?

The Independent’s article on local resident Charlie Munger’s passing was so far off base I initially thought I was reading the Onion or another parody publication.

Teacher Struggles

Kudos to Callie Fausey for her excellent article today about the SBTA and their struggle to get the attention of the school board.

A Distinction with a Difference

The National Council on Teacher Quality rating system is designed almost exclusively to evaluate undergraduate, four-year, teacher education programs; it is inaccurate in measuring master’s degree programs, like UCSB’s.

History 101 in Mind

Articles from the column History 101 are close to my own experience.


Elon Musk is canceled for me.

The Business of Reading

Successful reading instruction is a major foundation for every student’s continued learning and, therefore, future opportunities.

The Wrong Side of Irony

I want to acknowledge Jeff Greenfield’s well-written and balanced piece in the Voices section “A Sad End to a Good Day.”


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