Anna Baldwin

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Guest Blogger
Teacher, Arlee High School
Arlee, Montana

Anna Baldwin is a high school English teacher at Arlee High School and has been teaching on the Flathead Indian Reservation for the past 17 years. She designed and teaches Native American studies for the Montana Digital Academy and taught English methods courses at the University of Montana for four years as an adjunct assistant professor.

She has been selected as a 2016 Classroom Teaching Ambassador Fellow with the U.S. Department of Education. Baldwin is the recipient of several awards, including the Horace Mann Excellence in Teaching Award, Montana Association of Teachers of English Language Arts Distinguished Educator Award, and the Award for Excellence in Culturally Responsive Teaching from Teaching Tolerance.

She was the 2014 Montana Teacher of the Year.

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Posted Nov. 22, 2016
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Our Native American Students Need to See Themselves in What We Teach

It’s a weekday in mid-September, and most of the students on my reservation are out of school for the day.…

By Anna Baldwin

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Posted Aug. 8, 2016
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This Teacher Learned to Walk in Two Worlds While Teaching on a Reservation

As a brand new teacher, I thought I had the tools I needed to teach any students, any place I…

By Anna Baldwin

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Posted Aug. 1, 2016
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This Is the Summer of Race and Equity in Education

Ever since I can remember, each summer has had a theme, an idea that connects events and experience. Sometimes it’s…

By Anna Baldwin

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