Kate Hardiman

Guest Blogger

Teacher

Chicago, Illinois

Kate Hardiman teaches English and religion in an inner city Chicago high school. She is currently obtaining her M.Ed. through Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education while teaching. Kate has worked in journalism for a number of years, writing for The College Fix, Minding the Campus and The Irish Rover during her time as an undergraduate at Notre Dame and for The Hill newspaper in Washington, D.C. In addition to Education Post, she currently freelances for the Washington Examiner on education research and policy issues. Some of her favorite books are Walden, Pillars of the Earth, and The Tender Bar.

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Posted Mar. 5, 2019

Here’s Why Homeschooling Isn’t Just the Latest Fad, It’s the Next Wave of Parent Choice

What do inner-city Black cultural enthusiasts, suburban Catholics and Silicon Valley techies all have in common? Almost nothing, except that…

By Kate Hardiman

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Posted Jan. 10, 2019

Showing Up and Doing Well in School Should Lead to Better Opportunity But It’s Not Always True

Low-income and minority students are not being challenged nearly as much as their White peers in high school, according to…

By Kate Hardiman

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Posted Nov. 26, 2018

The Best Way to Fight Fake News Is With Real Teaching

A couple months ago, I heard a student at my school shout “fake news!” at friends down the hallway. It’s…

By Kate Hardiman

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Posted Aug. 19, 2019

Here’s How Trump Is Making It Harder to Integrate Schools

This summer, integrated schools heated up as a campaign issue when Kamala Harris called out Joe Biden for his 1970s stance on mandated busing as…

By Miriam Rollin

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Posted Aug. 20, 2019

If We Care for Kids, We Can’t Shut Down Teachers Who Truly Want to Do Better by Them

This teacher said a thing and I thought all hell would break loose.  It happened last week when my 8 Black Hands crew recorded a…

By Chris Stewart

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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 article telling her peers “Don’t…

By Allie Donahue

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