A sleep-deprived perspective on data tracking I’m back from maternity leave! I’ve always had great admiration for parents and caregivers, and after almost two months with a newborn, that respect has grown ten-fold! Parenting (especially without much sleep) is tough… Read More »A Sleep-Deprived Perspective on Data Tracking
Education’s lessons learned from a year at home It’s hard to believe that a year ago this week, my husband and I returned from a trip to visit my family and went into lockdown for the first time. At that… Read More »Education’s lessons learned from a year at home
We can’t let them fall through the cracks. I started writing a completely different blog post for this week, but when I read the news this morning, I knew I had to shift gears. CNN featured a story yesterday called… Read More »We can’t let them fall through the cracks.
Survey Fails … and How to Recover from Them Sometimes you launch a survey, and you’re blown away by the number of responses you get. And sometimes, you’re not. I had one of these moments last week. I was SUPER… Read More »Survey Fails … and How to Recover from Them