March 2014 Archives

Resilient teachers discover their own power to find meaning, solve complex problems, and make meaningful connections, Meenoo Rami says.

It's one thing to be able to identify the grittiest new recruits; it's another thing to make teaching the kind of profession that attracts smart, reflective, highly educated people, Kathleen Melville says.

Stop searching for ways to build illusive qualities like grit. It's a trap that will only divert us from our real goal: high quality, supported, well-prepared teachers for every child, in every classroom no matter what.

Jennifer Barnett argues that schools can't just achieve a workforce with grit merely through recruitment efforts.

Cindi Rigsbee says she returned to teaching after almost giving it up, but not because she lacked grit.

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