by Jean Haeger Perhaps you’ve always wanted to extend students’ learning opportunities beyond the classroom walls, or, perhaps this pandemic has highlighted the need for learning to happen even when students
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by Kate Gardoqui The COVID-19 shutdown has closed off so many opportunities to so many students; in some ways, the education story of this year is a story of uncountable losses.
by Christina Horner “Our nation was born in genocide when it embraced the doctrine that the original American, the Indian, was an inferior race. Even before there were large numbers of
by Christina Horner“We only hire the best and the brightest. And when it comes to people of color, they’ve been neither.” – My former bossA decade has passed since the superintendent
By Ben Chase Ben Chase is a guest blogger and educator from Noble High School.Without any clear vision for what the next year may hold, it’s time to look beyond the
by Kate Gardoqui & Jean Haeger Outdoor spaces are safer than indoor spaces when it comes to the transmission of COVID-19. This fact may inspire schools to explore outdoor learning options
by Arielle Sprotzer I spent the first seven years of my career in education working on the Upper East Side, in New York City, at a small thematic public high school.
by Christina Horner Are you really committed to educational equity? Have you, your team, your department, or your district talked about educational equity with each other or with your community?