Mr. Noriega

Biography

As a teacher and author Sinhue has traveled to many parts of the world, and experienced many different cultures. He earned his English degree in Weber State University in Utah inin 2006. He has researched the education system in several parts of the country. His roles in both administration and teaching have facilitated a great deal of research inside the educational system giving him insights into the intricacies in that system. Since then he has continued to travel, focusing his research on education, primarily targeting the cause of what is now being perceived as this country’s “educational collapse.” From traditional public schools, charters, private and alternative school settings in Utah, Arizona, and Nevada, to the inside of a women’s correctional program in California; Sinhue’s full credentials in several states including Florida, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and California. He has taught the full spectrum from k-12 and beyond. Sinhue has coached basket ball and soccer, and has taught a variety of subjects including: language arts, computer technology, science, reading, Spanish, P.E., math, social studies, GED, as well as a youth wilderness lockup program in St. George. Sinhue considers himself the true Renaissance man. His first novel “Prisoner of Paradise” was published in December 2001. He spent two years serving a mission for his church in South America. Here he became acquainted with many indigenous traditions and strange dark customs. These are incorporated into his novels. He is proud of his Haitian ancestry which has also influenced his works.“My ancestry has made me not a stranger to the shadows.” Sinhue continues to teach confronting issues and solutions to today’s educational crisis in front of large groups of educators, parents, and concerned citizens in effort to bring awareness and repeal overextending policies of government in education like the Common Core. His inspiration comes from his beautiful wife and children and his cat

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If It's Broken Don't Fix It
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 64,810. Language: English. Published: January 8, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Education and Study Guides » Educational policy & reform / general
A teacher on the inside exposes the truth about the Common Core. Why did NCLB collapse? Find out how the federal government took control over education without congressional approval. Learn why our children are still failing despite all the hype. The hypocrisy of the philosophy: they preach what they don't want you to teach. A must for those concerned with the state of education in America today.

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