Karen Levin

Guest Blogger

Director, Zeroing in on Math

Boston, Massachusetts

Karen Levin joined EdVestors in 2015 as the Director of Zeroing in on Math. Karen previously worked at City on a Hill Charter School for six years as a math teacher and served as a Numeracy Coordinator, responsible for aiding in the creation and implementation of numeracy curriculum.

While with City on a Hill, Karen was a Teaching Policy Fellow with Teach Plus, where she advocated for policies to better serve students and retain highly effective teachers. Karen graduated from Middlebury College with a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and received a Master of Arts in teaching from Boston University, where she was a Noyce Scholar.

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Posted May 21, 2020

6 Strategies for Success in the Virtual Classroom

Like an uninvited guest, the COVID-19 pandemic swept into town, upending the school year and our very way of life.…

By Marinell Rousmaniere , Karen Levin

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Posted Aug. 7, 2020

James Baldwin’s ‘Talk to Teachers’ Is Just as Relevant Today

As I sit here, processing my thoughts on the severity of events that are currently grappling our nation, I reflect on the historical circumstances that…

By Jorge Santos

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Posted Aug. 3, 2020

Today Should Have Been Our First Day of School

For 14 years I have taught math at the same high school. The entirety of my career—three thousand students, eighty classes, 13 preps, five rooms,…

By Jay Wamsted

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Posted Aug. 6, 2020

White Teachers, Our Whiteness Is Getting in Our Way

Since the murder of George Floyd, teacher leaders across America have sought to prove the necessity of antiracism in public education. And rightly so: from…

By Tate Aldrich

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