Cheers to a Night Well Spent…

On Tuesday November 10th, the Tanenbaum community came together from locations all over the world to bond in laughter and joy. It was a welcome respite from the trying times we are in. From the pre- show sponsor’s reception with the comedians to a short burst of Happy Birthday for a member of the audience, […]

Navigating Uncertain Times

Yesterday was election day, and it may take some time to properly determine who won. Campaigns, pundits, talking heads and social media will try to shape the narrative in favor of their candidate of choice, regardless of the important details of the actual results. Established media organizations hire statisticians and election experts to help project […]

National Bullying Prevention Month

Building respect for differences, at any age, requires intentionality and support; and given the steady increase in hate crimes, it has never been more important to build a safe and supportive learning environment for all students. Whether you’re managing remote or in-person instruction (or a combination of both), Tanenbaum’s curricula, fact sheets, and web resources […]

Privilege, Right, Responsibility – Vote!

Dear Tanenbaum Community – When I first registered to vote I knew it was a responsibility. I knew voting was a right I was given that was fought for by people I would never know. I never thought of voting as a privilege. I’m an American, and, being able and expected to vote was my […]

Scheduling, decorations, and inclusivity: The December Dilemma

Dear Friends, The winter holiday season often raises questions about how best to address inclusivity and accommodation in your organization. Whether your organization is considering which holidays to acknowledge and how, what holiday decorations are appropriate to put up, or how to host a celebration that’s inclusive for all, you’re likely to encounter the December […]