Garris Landon Stroud

Guest Blogger

Teacher

Kentucky

Garris Landon Stroud is a graduate student and teacher from Greenville, Kentucky. He is a published author and poet whose works have appeared in publications such as Science Scope, the Kentucky English Bulletin and Curio Learning.

He has been invited to present research at conferences across the country, including the Association for Middle Level Education, National Science Teachers Association, and National Council of Teachers of English, and was recently invited to present at the 2018 GIMAR Conference in Tokyo.

Stroud was a 2016 Honors graduate of Murray State University and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Education with Teacher Leader and ESL endorsements. He was recently named a 2017-2018 Kentucky State Teacher Fellow.

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Posted Sep. 6, 2017

These Students Don’t Want ‘Saviors,’ They Want Effective Teachers

Until I had my first international experience, I didn’t have a race. Or at least, I didn’t know I did.…

By Garris Landon Stroud

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Posted Sep. 21, 2017

Ninth-Grade GPAs Predict Kids’ Futures and Chicago is Raising Them

Today, the Consortium on Chicago School Research has issued a new report that reveals all the ways ninth-grade GPA can predict students’ futures. Key takeaways…

By Maureen Kelleher

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Posted Sep. 20, 2017

Coffee Break: Andrea Castañeda on How Tulsa Is Earning a Place on the Map

Andrea Castañeda recently joined Tulsa Public Schools as the district’s chief innovation officer, working alongside Chiefs for Change member Superintendent Deborah Gist. Castañeda brings with…

By Michael Vaughn

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Posted Sep. 19, 2017

7 Days Before Graduation My Student Disappeared, But That’s Not What Made Me Cry

I remember the first time I saw her walking down the school corridor like she owned the place. She did. She was known as the…

By Melissa Revuelta

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