Allie Donahue

Guest Blogger

Teacher, Playwright

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Allie Donahue worked as a high school English teacher for English-language learners at a public school in Providence, Rhode Island through Teach For America. An essay about Allie’s first year teaching was published in the July 2019 issue of English Journal.

She is a 2016 graduate of Whitman College and has published in “The Oregonian” and Portland’s alternative newspaper, “Willamette Week.” Her play, “Ranger,” was performed in New York by “Love Creek Productions” in 2017. Allie is currently pursuing a master’s degree in dramatic writing at Carnegie Mellon University.

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Posted Aug. 21, 2019

It’s OK, You Can Teach For America

In 2013, Sandra Korn, then a senior at Harvard and a contributor to the student newspaper The Crimson, wrote an…

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Posted Nov. 14, 2019

After We Impeach Trump, Let’s Impeach All These Other Politicians for Their High Crimes Against Education

Impeachment hearings are underway. In case you’ve been under a rock for the past few months, a whistleblower dropped a bomb that blew up Trump’s…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Nov. 19, 2019

Here’s How Cutting-Edge Charter School Leaders of Color Engage Families for Student Success

For decades, parents and charter school administrators have cultivated best practices to build inclusive, welcoming and student-centered school communities across the country. From single-site schools…

By Nina Rees

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Posted Nov. 15, 2019

DACA Isn’t Just a Debate to Me

Growing up undocumented with immigrant parents, I was made aware of my status and the limitations it imposed on me. I learned to always be…

By Citlali Perez

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