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September 18, 2018
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Increase productivity with this simple step (and help your students do the same!)
August 02, 2018
Get out of the way! How inconsiderate drivers on the educational highway impede the work of teacher leaders
May 16, 2018
Better words alone won't solve our issues in education, but they will reveal the exact contours of the problems and give us real information so we cantackle them.
April 02, 2018
Why teacher walkouts are about standing up for kids
March 19, 2018
Looking for answers on whether or not you should address off-campus online student speech? Educator Gary Abud gives us some guidance.
March 12, 2018
"If I had had teachers of color as a student . . . I would have been more unequivocal in explaining why "All Lives Matter" is a perfunctory, misguided rebuttal to "Black Lives Matter."
February 26, 2018
When you teach in a predominantly White community, conversations about race can be uncomfortable, even in professional settings. While we may feel we are being polite or even respectful, the truth is that we White teachers often lack the courage to include race in critical conversations about student performance.
February 21, 2018
I had to situate this seemingly small act of bias in a larger socio-political context. It was my responsibility to acknowledge the impact of my action and make intentional efforts to provide a counter narrative not only for Mohamed, but to every child in my classroom.
February 19, 2018
That is why I am in love with teaching. Working with young people means that I get to witness these small acts of brilliant humanity all the time. I get to continually be inspired and challenged and amazed. I get to watch as students transform themselves into people who will change the world.