Matt Guenther at the NJEA Convention, Fri. 11/5/2021

Matt answers the questions who was kindest to you, who will you remember, and what difference have you made (so far)?

Eliza Peterson and Julia Peterson

Eliza Peterson (21) talks with her sister Julia (20) about her experiences in school, from kindergarten to senior year. Julia shares about impactful teachers, her school-related anxiety, and her best memories.

Covid-19: Joe Muldoon of Haddon Culinary

Jackie Neale interviews Haddon Culinary chef-owner and friend, Joe Muldoon during the Covid-19 global pandemic. Joe speaks to the fact that his business only just opened 4 months before the stay-at-home order given by the President of the U.S. and...

What’s it like being a special education teacher?

I got the pleasure of interviewing my aunt to learn more about her profession. She’s inlove with being a special education teacher.

Covid-19: Steve McFadden of Revolution Coffee Roasters

Jackie Neale talks with friend and Revolution Coffee Roasters owner, Steve McFadden about the impact the Corona Virus has had on both his business and home life. In March 2020, the Northeast United States was given a stay-at-home order essentially...

"I just hope [my students] say I was kind"

Katharine Little (21) interviews Karen Carmen Little (57) about her experience teaching special education in South Jersey at the turn of the 21st century.

Covid-19: Betsy Cook of National Picnic

Jackie Neale talks with her friend and clothing designer, Betsy Cook, about how it feels to follow her inner call to action to use her clothing storefront boutique, National Picnic, to make hundreds of face masks for medical professionals in...