Jennifer Jilot

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Literacy Coach/Indian Studies Teacher

Arlee, Montana

Jennifer Jilot is a literacy coach and Indian Studies teacher at Arlee Junior High and High School in Arlee, Montana. A mom of two sons, a third grader and a tenth grader, Jennifer also trains future teachers as an adjunct professor in education at the University of Montana.

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Posted Nov. 14, 2016

Here’s the Truth About Why There Are So Few Native American Teachers

Throughout my 11 years of teaching, and three semesters of teaching future and current teachers at the college level, I…

By Jennifer Jilot

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Posted Jan. 20, 2021

Amanda Gorman Is Climbing That Hill. Now if Only The Rest of Us Would Join Her.

Today at President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’s inauguration, Amanda Gorman stole the show. Lady Gaga? J-Lo? Garth Brooks? No contest. This 22-year-old…

By Laura Waters

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Posted Jan. 20, 2021

I Don’t Know if Biden Can Heal This Nation, But a House Divided Cannot Stand

November 2016, I walked into my school building to students blocking their peers from coming through my classroom door. They said, “We’re building a wall,…

By Kelisa Wing

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Posted Jan. 13, 2021

As Grown-Ups Argue Over Reopening Schools, Chicago’s Kids Lose

Chicago Public Schools students are back in school.  Well, some of them are. It’s complicated, and getting messier by the minute.  WBEZ Chicago has more…

By Rob Samuelson

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