Previous They Do Not Always Comply – Day One Vlog 16 Next A Gut Punch from a Friend – Day One 21 Vlog Ariel Margolis – School Founder – May 7 2018 May 7, 201829 views1 min read Add comment Watch LaterRemove Cinema Mode Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email I met Ariel on LinkedIn and he was really excited to hear about our school! I found out that he and his wife started a school a few years ago and he had a ton of … Day One Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email Previous They Do Not Always Comply – Day One Vlog 16 Next A Gut Punch from a Friend – Day One 21 You may also like Video Vlog Joy in Mistakes 13 views1 min read Video Vlog The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn – A Critical Reading 17 views1 min read Video Vlog Don’t Be Like Me 19 views1 min read Add comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website @philip.mott Follow @philipmott1Philip MottFollowPhilip Mott@PhilipMott1·8 Jul I have so much to learn about the dynamics of race in culture. I hated school because work sucks but I cannot imagine feeling like I wasn’t wanted there. Sisyphus@Sisyphus38'I am protecting them from whiteness': Why this mom chose to take her kids out of public school https://t.co/ea10QXi6LZReply on TwitterRetweet on TwitterLike on Twitter3TwitterRetweet on TwitterPhilip Mott RetweetedKevin Macias@MrKevinMacias·8 Jul @adambeam Me: Do you want to be a Dr. when you grow up? My 3-year-old son, whose mom is a Dr: No....I’m not a girl! #USNWT #WomenInMedicine #StrongGirlsReply on TwitterRetweet on Twitter1Like on Twitter4TwitterPhilip Mott@PhilipMott1·8 Jul I’ve experienced no greater feeling than earning the admiration and service of a 3-year-old. This weekend she sat on my lap and told me she liked me and when my cup was empty she went and filled it with more water. I love my work but I sure as hell miss her today. #annaReply on TwitterRetweet on TwitterLike on Twitter5TwitterPhilip Mott@PhilipMott1·3 Jul Education is a relational pursuit.Reply on TwitterRetweet on TwitterLike on Twitter1TwitterPhilip Mott@PhilipMott1·28 Jun The advent of more work-based learning initiatives is making me a bit giddy. What are the challenges to including work-based learning in graduation requirements? Is this national?Reply on TwitterRetweet on TwitterLike on TwitterTwitterLoad More...My FamilyImages not found. This may be a temporary problem. Please try again soon.