Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Tulani Ackerman in the home stretch for StEps for Students journey
Through her now six week trip she has heard a wide range of thoughts on the current state of education in the province some of which have been posted to her StEps for Students website.
Her trek now takes her into Nanaimo today, with her final destination of Victoria and the Legislature on her horizon for Thursday.
If all goes according to the schedule, she anticipates her journey to end in Victoria with a picnic for education at the noon hour at the City Hall Centennial Square area and then a twenty minute walk to mark her arrival at the Legislature in the early afternoon of Thursday
A snapshot of some of the reviews of her journey can be found from the various communities that the StEps for kids tour passed through over the last six weeks.
August 9-- Taking steps for students
August 6-- A cyclist with a lesson
July 28-- Ackerman stops in town during bike tour
July 27-- Teacher seeking educational unity stops in Nakusp
Julky 27-- Teacher to visit Trail to hear parent's curriculum wishes
July 26-- Teacher bikes across B. C. for students
July 22-- Walking, biking for change
July 20-- Making students top priority
July 20-- Teacher steps into question of how children are being taught
July 20-- Teacher walking across province to stop in Nakusp
July 19-- Teacher takes cause on the road
July 12-- Education Biker Steps for Students
July 9-- Northern BC Resident cycles her way to Victoria, all in the name of education
July 7-- Prince Rupert teacher bikes across province for educational gaps
July 2-- Prince Rupert teacher will be pedaling into Bulkley Valley soon
July 1-- Pedaling a Better World
June 30-- Ready to roll in support of better education
June 30-- Prince Rupert Teacher ready to begin trek
June 29-- Teacher travelling across B. C.
Past items from Podunk on the journey
July 19-- Tulani Ackerman tour rolls into Kamloops
July 3-- Tracking Tulani
You can find much more information on her journey and how you can continue to become involved in education by checking out her StEps for Students website, which features a variety of items as well as updates and photos included from the road during the trip.