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Never thought I'd interview a meteorologist for a K-12 ed story, but here we are:

How can schools think thru how to mitigate #climatechange harms to student learning & mental health? Here's how 1 rural NM district approaches recovery from wildfire & flooding. #resilience

Hey FASPE Fellows! We hope to see you at the 2023 FASPE Alumni Reunion, March 17 to 19 in Princeton. Let us know if you can make it. RSVP here ➡️

"Geriatric" pregnancy. "Incompetent" cervix. "Hostile" uterus.

Why do some words evolve, while others go on haunting moms’ medical charts like the ghosts of medicine past? 👻

For @TheAtlantic, I investigate the strange realm of pregnancy language:

Please Don’t Call My Cervix Incompetent

There’s no end to the weird ways medicine describes women’s bodies.

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