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November 22, 2016

We Have To Talk About Current Events in the Classroom

It is understandable that with the contentiousness of this election, that leaders might find it safer to limit conversations. We argue that it is our role to help students navigate these rough waters.

November 20, 2016

Teachers: 10 Steps to Open Up Space in Your Office

It is about opening up space for your mind and for your human interactions.

November 17, 2016

Now That The Election Is Over What Will We Teach?

It is time for us to listen to each other and learn how to help each other dig with intentionality past hateful words to the source of the hate and lead the children through this difficult time.

November 15, 2016

Learning How to Lose a Presidential Election: A Primer for Students

Even when the stakes are low, you still need to know how to handle defeat. It was this driving principle that motivated teacher Laura Pasek, a third and fourth grade general studies teacher, to conclude her simulation of a presidential election with the drafting of acceptance speeches--and concession speeches.

November 13, 2016

Mental Health and Safe Schools

What have we done to make school environments safer for children with mental health issues and the ones they may hurt? What have we done for the hearts and minds, and yes, the illness some hold within?

November 09, 2016

The Morning After: What Have We Done to Our Children?

Today is a day to reclaim civility - formal politeness and courtesy - in our behavior and in our speech. If we don't our actions will drown out any words that we might utter and we collectively will bear the blame for the society that we create.

November 08, 2016

Ethics and Academics in 21st-Century Schools

As 21st century changes arrive in curricula, manner of teaching and assessing, it is time to pull ethics out of the shadows and make it part of the content, practice and actions of adults and of our teaching.

November 06, 2016

We Need Leaders Strong Enough to Be 'Humble and Kind'

Everyday the news reports that people reveal that they are stressed, nervous, fearful and 'can't wait for the election to be over'. Don't think this doesn't filter into the lives of children.

November 03, 2016

An Oasis of Bipartisan Support: Why Early-Childhood Ed Matters

Access to universal Pre-K, while critical in early childhood education -- is not enough to raise floor for every child.

November 01, 2016

Teacher Absenteeism: 6 Questions Help Address Cause

Ignoring chronic absenteeism as out of reach is a foolish stance although addressing it may call for some courage and preparation for backlash.

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