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October 06, 2016

Learning About Identity: A Student's Case for Ethnic Studies

Ethnicity has become a big controversy nowadays. Should ethnic studies be introduced in schools? Would this be beneficial for the students in the future?

October 04, 2016

The Importance of Culture

It'd be foolish to not educate high schoolers on things relevant to who they are, or the history and culture of the place they live

September 21, 2016

This Is Real: Building Empathy in Times of Trauma

I wonder if my students truly understand the emotional and traumatic impact these events can have on a community

September 09, 2016

Everyone's Fight: What the Pipeline Battle Reminds Us as Teachers

If we are still "teachers" after we leave school, are we willing to stand with the communities we serve even when their problems leave the school as well?

September 02, 2016

Roots: Why We Must Support Non-English Speakers

Students and families for whom English is their second or third language do not process their day to day world, or learning, in the language or through the cultural lens that most public schools have deemed appropriate. Yet, we still push ahead with a mostly sink-or-swim take on ELL education.

August 26, 2016

What Does It Mean to Be 'Safe'?: Kinship in Schools

The value of creating "safe" spaces is to combat a society that has attempted to strip kinship away from us by telling us the things that connected us culturally were never worthwhile to begin it.

August 11, 2016

The Creation of a 'Movement for Black Lives' Education Platform Is Essential

I believe that the creation of the platform is an essential, progressive step towards revolutionizing education.

August 06, 2016

A Letter to My Incoming Students

Think of this: out of all the people in the world, the universe conspired to bring the group of us together in this room right now.

July 28, 2016

Models of Excellence: Teaching Tolerance's 2016 Winners

July is winding down to a close, and some of us are preparing to re-enter our classrooms. Even if you're not, you may have had enough of a break to begin wondering, What will I do next year?

July 13, 2016

No, Pokémon Go Isn't the Death of Society: Why Joy is Essential

If you weren't already committed to tackling the world's injustices before Pokémon Go came out, it probably wasn't the game's popularity that was stopping you.

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