I’ve been reflecting about what it means to be an Alaska Bush Teacher.
I’ve only been at it for thirteen years. And I’ve only worked in two villages in the same region. I fully recognize that the experience may be different across the state (which is more than twice the size of Texas, by the way) or even across the staff at my very own school.
I’ve come up with a collection of anecdotal statements that capture what being an Alaska Bush Teacher is to me. Some of it’s good. Some of it’s bad. Some of it’s funny. But, it’s all part of the experience.Read More