Kristine Lockhart

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Student, Belmont University

Nashville, Tennessee

Kristine Lockhart is a rising sophomore at Belmont University where she is studying marketing.

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Posted July 8, 2015

Surviving My First Year as a First-Generation College Student

High school prepared me academically, but it did not prepare me for the amount of time and effort I had…

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Posted Mar. 8, 2021

I’m Telling My Story So My Female Students Never Feel Powerless Like I Did

I am a firm believer that in order to become an anti-oppressive educator and advocate, one must fully understand the nature of oppression. While finishing…

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Posted Mar. 8, 2021

‘Teacher Diversity’ Explained: Why It Matters, and How We Got Here

While America’s student body has grown more diverse over time, the teachers working with them have remained overwhelmingly white. While 47% of public school students…

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Posted Mar. 8, 2021

A Leaky Pipeline Loses Teachers of Color

Despite the benefits of a diverse teaching force, prospective teachers of color fall out of our leaky preparation pipeline at every stage: preparation, hiring, induction…

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