Sean Worley

Guest Blogger

Teacher, Instructional Coach

Washington, D.C.

Sean Worley has worked in urban education for the last five years as a high school science teacher and instructional coach. He started his career with Teach For America in Sacramento, California, but now serves his community in Washington, D.C. Sean received his master’s in education policy from American University.

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Posted June 6, 2018

Let’s Get Real About Graduating Kids, Not Gaming Grad Rates

“Tyrone” sat across from me, leaning forward with his hands wringing in anxiety as I stared blankly at my computer…

By Sean Worley

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Posted Mar. 5, 2018

Districts Must Get Creative to Eliminate Segregated Schools

This post is part of a two-part series on what it means to be in a “good school.” Read the…

By Sean Worley

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Posted Mar. 5, 2018

For Too Many Parents, ‘Good Schools’ Still Mean ‘White Schools’

This post is part of a two-part series on what it means to be in a “good school.” Read the…

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Posted Mar. 31, 2020

Millions of Low-Income Students Are Being Denied Access to Internet

Access to public education is now a fundamental right. All 50 states mandate public education in their state constitutions. Once states made public education compulsory,…

By Zachary Wright 

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Posted Apr. 6, 2020

Governors Ask DeVos For Emergency Education Aid

On March 27th, two weeks ago last Friday, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the CARES Act), a $2 trillion stimulus…

By Laura Waters

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Posted Apr. 6, 2020

My Kids Are Online All the Time Now And I Don’t Always Know What They’re Looking At

OK, I have a confession to make. I have not been as good at monitoring my children’s internet access as I should have been. If…

By ShaRhonda Knott-Dawson

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