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Hi, I’m Punita. Welcome to my blog. This is a post to welcome readers here, so I might later update it with relevant information or updates. (Edit: Yes, this happened!)

I’m a teacher, author, and the founder of ISAASE, and a former adviser with Johns Hopkins University. You can learn more about me here, or learn more about this blog here.

Most of what you’ll find here is content about teaching, or about my work with ISAASE. My professional work is around multicultural education, equity, and South Asian American experiences in school (you can learn more about that, and about me, here), so that’s what I tend to write about.

There are also posts about motherhoodcareer, and culture. Most of the posts here are written by me, but there are also plenty of guest posts (you can find those here).

This blog is not updated on a regularly scheduled basis, but you can find more of my writing here. You can also click here to read about my forthcoming book based on my research.

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Punita Rice

Punita Rice

Punita Rice is a mother, educator, writer, and founder of ISAASE. She is the author of Toddler Weaning: Deciding to Gradually Wean your Toddler & Making it Happen, and the forthcoming South Asian American Experiences in Schools: Brown Voices from the Classroom, and blogs about motherhood at Happy Mom Guide. Her work centers around multicultural education and equity, and South Asian American experiences in school. You can read more about Punita and her work here.