Tiphani Davis

tiphani

Guest Blogger

Teacher, South Middle School

Morgantown, West Virginia

Tiphani Davis teaches high school English and world history in Morgantown, West Virginia.

Previously, Tiphani has worked in Prince George County Schools as a Teaching Fellow with The New Teacher Project and is a StudentsFirst Teacher Academy Alumni.

Davis received her bachelor’s in philosophy from the University of Louisville and her master’s in writing from Chatham University.

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Posted Oct. 13, 2015
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The Coal Miners’ Kids Need Options, Too

Just south of Charleston, tucked in the valleys of Appalachia, rests Welch, West Virginia, a once prosperous and thriving coal…

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Posted Aug. 20, 2015
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West Virginia, We Have a Problem: Teaching 21st-Century Skills in a 20th-Century Classroom

As an educator, one of the worst feelings in the world is when you open your laptop only to find…

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Posted Apr. 24, 2017
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I Was Born in a Refugee Camp in Kenya and Now I’ll Be the First in My Family to Attend College

This post is part of a series of posts celebrating students who are making it to and through college with the support of the KIPP…

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Posted Apr. 18, 2017
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A Candid Convo With a Chicago Principal Who Says Black Boys Learn Best When Success Looks Like Them

Christopher Goins is the founding principal of Butler College Prep, a four-year-old charter high school on the far South Side of Chicago with a student…

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Posted Apr. 28, 2017
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Netflix Series ‘13 Reasons Why’ Has Parents, Mental Health Experts and Educators Worried

The Netflix breakout show “13 Reasons Why” has been praised for its binge-worthy, dramatic storytelling. But mental health experts warn that its thrilling narrative devices…

By Erika Sanzi

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