I just wanted to write a quick blog post to announce that I've left the Yahoo! For Teachers project. It's been an amazing run, but it's time to go. I know everyone has a lot of questions, and while I do have answers, I'm not at liberty to disclose them at this point in time.
I would like to extend a huge "thank you" to all the educators from around the world who have contributed and shared their time, ideas and knowledge with the Yahoo! For Teachers community. I feel so very honored and lucky to have had the opportunity to travel around the country and meet so many outstanding teachers.
Secondly, thank you to all my colleagues at Yahoo! who freely volunteered their skills, time, energy and knowledge to help take Yahoo! For Teachers from an idea into reality.
There are so many people from across Yahoo! who have a passion for education and the teaching profession, who never failed to provide us with the resources we needed in order to support the educators in the Yahoo! For Teachers community. Thank you to all of you.
I would also be remiss if I didn't put the spotlight on two of my colleagues with whom none of this grand adventure would have been possible (or nearly as fun!). So a special thanks to Bill Scott and Karon Weber. We worked hard, partied with NASA, ran workshops & conference booths, and had a whole lot of fun in the process.
Thanks again to both educators and Yahoo's alike. If there's anything I can do for you, please don't hesitate to ask.