Ariel Maloney

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Guest Blogger
Teacher, Cambridge Public Schools
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Ariel S. Maloney is a high school English teacher at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School in Cambridge Public Schools. Ariel has held a number of leadership positions in her 10 years as a teacher, including participating in the creation of the Enhanced Senior Year, leading experiential learning trips abroad, piloting an online student writing initiative and more. Passionate about education’s role in promoting social justice, Ariel earned her bachelor’s in English teaching at the University of New Hampshire and her M.Ed at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

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Posted Nov. 15, 2016
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After the Election I Told My Students I Love Them. Then We Got to Work.

Last Wednesday, I stood before my English classes and told my students: “I love you. I value you. I care…

By Ariel Maloney

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Posted Mar. 6, 2016
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Why Repealing Common Core Would Be a Terrible Move for Massachusetts Students and Teachers

Right now, in English classrooms at the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School our students are doing amazing work. They are lawyers…

By Ariel Maloney

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Posted Jan. 17, 2017
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The Fight That Should Matter Most to Progressive Advocates for Children Is Accountability

In 2007, candidate Barack Obama stood before the National Education Association and made it clear that he supports testing, accountability, choice and even merit pay.…

By Peter Cunningham

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Posted Jan. 19, 2017
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A Student’s Inaugural Poem to Trump

As I considered the 2016 campaign and election, thinking about how or if it should become central in my teaching or my classroom, I turned…

By Runal Patel, Seth MacLowry

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Posted Jan. 19, 2017
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I’m a Parent Fighting for My Children to Succeed

A parent first. That’s who I am, how I identify myself. My children are my pride, my joy and my contribution to the greater good.…

By Tafshier Cosby

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