Top 5 Posts This Week: May 30 Anna Turner | Issues | No Comments Share with Friends via abcnews.com Check out the top posts from this week. Brilliant, insane, or both, these are the things our readers love. Check out our latest hot content #YesAllWomen — Hashtag activism finds a new platform with #YesAllWomen, a hashtag movement in response to the UCSB shooting being blamed on its victims. Remembering Maya Angelou — American poet and activist Maya Angelou passed away, and her legacy’s widespread impact is evident in the multitudes her words have affected. 7 Keys to Rebuilding Teacher Preparation Programs — Teacher preparation programs continually leave our educators without the tools needed for successful schools. These seven ideas offer a solution to these lacking prep programs. Has America Lost Sight of Memorial Day? — This Memorial Day, we pause and think if we’re losing sight of the holiday’s purpose. America: It’s Time to Break Up With Guns — Before any form of Gun Control can be successful in America, the country first needs to change its attitude toward guns. Have a favorite? Let us know in the LiveFyre comment section below, and let’s make this an ongoing conversation. The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Anna Turner Anna is a freelance writer/producer based out of San Francisco. Her writing covers several genres, but her passion lies in humor, entertainment, education and culture. Latest posts by Anna Turner (see all) Has America Lost Sight of Memorial Day? - May 25, 2015 Delusions of Great Teaching - May 12, 2015 Non Teachers Teaching: Yay or Nay? - March 12, 2015 Tags:Top 5 Also on Brilliant or Insane Punished for not participating No Comments Hey, Mark Zuckerberg, when is Facebook going to do something significant for education? No Comments The Problem with Professional Development Planning and How Design Thinking Solves It 6 Comments Ways to Throw Out Your Vocabulary Workbook: Infographic No Comments About The Author Anna Turner Anna is a freelance writer/producer based out of San Francisco. Her writing covers several genres, but her passion lies in humor, entertainment, education and culture.