tiffany anderson

I’m FINALLY happy to announce that I had the treat of illustrating the brand new paperback editions of Sir Terry Pratchett’s Tiffany Aching adventures. This job was truly an honour, and it’s the first time a female artist has illustrated a book by Terry Pratchett! Hurrah!
The first book ‘The Wee Free Men’ will be released April 27th.

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Some of the actresses of Asian descent suggested for Kate Bishop, inspired by the “Kate Bishop is Asian” movement on tumblr. “Non-specified” does not mean white and the MCU needs more women of colour, stat.

Arden Cho
Naomi Scott
Malese Jow
Afshan Azad
Tiffany Espensen
Nicole Gale Anderson
Tanaya Beatty
Sydney Park
Ashley Argota
Neha Sharma
Hailee Steinfeld
Brenda Song

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Let’s begin with a choice.

Say there’s a check in the mail. It’s meant to help you run your household. You can use it to keep the lights on, the water running and food on the table. Would you rather that check be for $9,794 or $28,639?

It’s not a trick question. It’s the story of America’s schools in two numbers.

That $9,794 is how much money the Chicago Ridge School District in Illinois spent per child in 2013 (the number has been adjusted by Education Week to account for regional cost differences). It’s well below that year’s national average of $11,841.

Why America’s Schools Have A Money Problem

Map: Alyson Hurt and Katie Park/NPR
Illustration: LA Johnson/NPR
Photo: Tim Lloyd/St. Louis Public Radio

“When you used to see Scully in her apartment, she was completely happy, self-sufficient, with her dog, watching Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” [Gillian] Anderson says. “This time around it seems she’s made some decisions: She’s getting on with her life and is doing what is meaningful to her. She’s showing up and being assertive. But you sense, even though she’s self-sufficient, that there’s a hole. And I like that it sits there, not filled, and that eventually, as she and Mulder start to work together again, the sense of something missing goes away. What was missing in her life is back.

Esquire, January 13, 2016

We often hear about school districts that struggle with high poverty, low test scores and budget problems. But one district has faced all of these and achieved remarkable results.

In just over three years, Superintendent Tiffany Anderson, who oversees the Jennings School District in Jennings, a small city just outside St. Louis, has led a dramatic turnaround in one of the worst-performing systems in Missouri.

Anderson has embraced a holistic approach to solving the problems of low-performing students by focusing on poverty above all else, and using the tools of the school district to alleviate the barriers poverty creates.

The Superintendent Who Turned Around A School District

Photo: Bill MacDonald/Courtesy of Tiffany Anderson