Danielle Sanders

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School Behavior Interventionist

New Orleans, Louisiana

Danielle Sanders is a school behavior interventionist in New Orleans, Louisiana. She is responsible for implementing restorative practices as a behavioral intervention to support scholars when demonstrating behaviors that are not in line with school culture.

Danielle blogs about education in Louisiana at Second Line Blog.

RECENT POSTS

Posted Jan. 11, 2017

Sometimes School Closures Really Are the Best Thing for Kids

As a parent, if you believed your child to be enrolled in a failing school, would you withdraw them? And…

By Danielle Sanders

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Posted Dec. 2, 2016

Black Teachers Are Tired of Feeling Tolerated. We Want to Feel Empowered, Supported and Celebrated.

Where are all the Black teachers? This is a question I’ve asked myself and others for the last few years…

By Danielle Sanders

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Posted Oct. 19, 2016

Our Black Boys Should Be Wearing School Uniforms, Not Orange Jumpsuits

As I pull up to the juvenile courthouse, my heart fills with anxiety. I’m crushed. How did he sleep last…

By Danielle Sanders

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Posted Aug. 30, 2016

How One Charter School Is Working on Strengthening Its Relationship Within the Community

At Sci Academy, located in New Orleans East at the former site of Marion Abramson High School, the Collegiate Academies…

By Danielle Sanders

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Posted July 28, 2016

We Need to Talk About Race Before Our White Teachers Can Support Our Black Children

When it comes to New Orleans post-Hurricane Katrina, it’s no secret there is a glaring difference in cultures between those…

By Danielle Sanders

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Posted Sep. 16, 2019

I Hate to Inform You, but Not Everyone Is Above Average in Wobegon

Wherever you live, there is a high probability that Minnesota is low-key superior to your state.  We are the safest state in America, we have…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Sep. 12, 2019

Democratic Presidential Candidates Aren’t Talking About K-12 Education and That’s Why We Crashed Their Debate in Houston

All eyes may be on the third round of Democratic presidential candidates’ debates happening tonight. But let me direct your attention for a second to…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Sep. 17, 2019

Teachers, If You Want a Say in What Happens at Your School, You Have to Speak Out

Welcome to a new school year! Amidst the busyness of planning and preparing, remember to take a step back and reflect on how you want…

By Mary Conroy Almada

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