Garris Landon Stroud is a teacher from Greenville, Kentucky, where he runs the Kentucky School Talk blog. 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.

Trying to Talk About the Achievement Gap? Try This.

by Garris Landon Stroud

Politics and education are two of my favorite subjects. It’s neat when I have an opportunity to combine them. I recently listened to a speech...

Want to Close Achievement Gaps? Know Why They Exist in the First Place

by Garris Landon Stroud

There’s a sad reality in our education system today: Some students just don’t do as well as others. I realize I’m not breaking news here,...

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I believe all children can learn and achieve.
I believe we owe it to them to provide supportive learning opportunities and the chance to go to college.

#BecauseTheyCan