Sue Freeman Culverhouse is a freelance writer and lives in Springfield, Tennessee. She is also a school teacher at Watauga Elementary School and her daughter teaches at Rutgers University. Sue has been writing since 1976 and has published works in The Albemarle Magazine, American Horticulturist, Americana, Flower and Garden and Historic Preservation. She also publishes her own annual magazine, writes a column in the Robertson County Times called Uncommon Sense and authored Seven Keys To Successful Life.
We first became aware of Sue after she wrote A Teacher’s Bill of Rights which was first published Clarksville Online. We’ve grown very fond of Sue and she’s given us permission to publish her articles (see below). If you wish to contact her, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
06/18/12 – What Teachers Do In Their Spare Time
03/15/12 – Where Could You Find a More Winning Team?
03/05/12 – What Helps Children Remember?
02/20/12 – We Are Made of Dreams and Bones
01/10/12 – When Teachers Leave Our Schools, What Next?
11/07/11 – Teachers Take On the New Evaluation System
10/20/11 – A Teacher’s Bill of Rights
10/09/11 – New Teacher Evaluation Model – Fair or Foul?
09/28/11 – Can We Really Dump No Child Left Behind?
09/07/11 – Why Teachers Spend So Much On Their Students
05/19/11 – Another Day In The Classroom
05/04/11 – For What Purpose Do We Educate Our Children?
02/28/11 – Is The Whole World Still Festering?