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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Simple

1) I went to public school in Philadelphia.
2) Even at my "good" public schools, supplies were scarce.
3) I can't imagine what it was like elsewhere.
4) People like Miss Alison (hello, lady) shouldn't have to spend a significant portion of their already shitty salary making a classroom hospitable for kids.
5) Science has been the delight of my recent years and taught me to be inquisitive about, surprised by and respectful of this mysterious world, even during awful and painful times.
6) Kids should get the chance to feel that too, if even they aren't lucky enough to go to a "good" school.
7) I want to give something to my hometown, because, hey, I turned out ok.


Here
are the projects I am sponsoring through DonorsChoose. You tryharderlanders have been so generous with your time, praise, thoughts and links. If you could extend that to your wallets, I would be ever so grateful.

Edited to Add: Please leave a comment here if you donate!

2 comments:

Katie said...

Hi Carrie,

Thanks so much to you and your readers for supporting Philadelphia classroom projects through the DonorsChoose.org Blogger Challenge. There are incredible needs in the Philadelphia school system, so I know the teachers will be so appreciative for the help. And I just LOVE the science projects you picked.

All the best,
Katie Bisbee
DonorsChoose.org

eva Mühlbacher said...

Hey, more Carries!

EDUCATION FOR THE NATION!