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Posted Sep. 27, 2017

How to Manage a Classroom of Students of Color When You’re Not a Black Woman

Classroom management is every teacher’s sword and shield as they embark upon the journey of preparing new students for a year in their class. We…

By Dominicca Washington

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Posted Aug. 24, 2017

I’m a Teacher and I Don’t Need More Than That. My Students Are Enough.

I have a classroom. It’s in the basement, but there are some windows. There are desks and boards and enough space for a ton of…

By Tom Rademacher

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Posted Feb. 27, 2017

5 Tips for Teaching AP in a High-Poverty, Urban School

It’s 8:45 a.m. and a creative AP English teacher greets her students with handshakes and high fives. But they’re not as energetic as she is…

By Yolanda R. Whitted

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Posted Apr. 14, 2016

We’re Changing Some Things at Teach For America, But We’re Still Rallying the Next Generation of Leaders

Teach For America’s biggest contribution to the broader fight for educational equity and excellence is bringing thousands of remarkable young leaders into this work. Rallying…

By Elisa Villanueva Beard

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Posted Dec. 23, 2015

VIDEO: These Boston Charter Schools Are Getting Great Results With Great Teaching

The stats at the beginning of this video are enough to blow you away. But it’s hearing the voices of the students and teachers themselves…

By Erika Sanzi

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Posted Nov. 30, 2015

Teacher-Led Schools: A Rare Point of Agreement for District, Union and Charter Advocates

When people who sometimes strongly disagree find something significant they like, it’s worth noting. One of those ideas drew more than 200 educators from 23…

By Joe Nathan

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Posted Oct. 23, 2015

What Hillary Didn’t Talk About When She Met With Teachers

Kaitlin Pennington writes at Bellwether Education Partner's Blog, Ahead of the Heard, about what Hillary Clinton chose not talk about when she met with NEA board members and how that may be as instructive about her thoughts about the teaching profession as what she did choose to talk about. While President Obama has focused on truly reshaping the teaching profession, Clinton seems to have a very different take on the subject. As many…

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Posted Nov. 13, 2017

The Worst Thing About Being a Homeless Student Was the Hunger

Have you ever been so hungry that it caused you physical pain? I’m not talking the kind of hunger that sneaks up when you’ve realized…

By Lizzy Shoben

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Posted Nov. 10, 2017

Could This Teacher and Leadership Program Be Part of the ‘Secret Sauce’ for Chicago Schools?

In most urban school districts, “turnaround” is a dirty word. Turnaround schools are first identified as failing and left to languish for some time in…

By Maureen Kelleher

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Posted Nov. 13, 2017

I Didn’t Want My Students to Have to Choose Between Hunger and Making Friends

I have a weakness. I’m not good at saying no. Last summer, I was invited to attend a focus group on school breakfast at the…

By Angela Homan

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