Shanna Peeples

Guest Blogger

2015 National Teacher of the Year

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Shanna Peeples is the 2015 National Teacher of the Year and a member of the National Network of State Teachers of the Year. She taught English in Texas for 15 years. Currently Peeples is a doctoral candidate at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.

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Posted Mar. 19, 2018

Here’s How You Know When You Need to Check Your Microaggressions at the Front Door

If I had money to wager, I’d bet that if you’re a female teacher, this has happened to you. You’re…

By Shanna Peeples

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Posted Mar. 13, 2018

Our Country’s Addiction to Guns Is Endangering the Lives of Our Students

On March 14, students across the country will walk out of school to demand action on gun violence. They are…

By Justin Minkel, Marguerite Izzo, Shanna Peeples, Sean McComb, Joan Hurley, Megan Allen, Mary Schlieder, Terry Kaldhusdal, Rich Ognibene, Maddie Fennell, NBCT, Monica Washington

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Posted Feb. 11, 2020

Real Reformers Keep Pushing for Better Outcomes Even When There Are No Easy Answers

A few nights ago the CEO for Baltimore Public Schools joined my colleagues on the 8 Black Hands podcast to discuss her efforts to improve…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Feb. 13, 2020

My Daughter Has Autism and She Isn’t Just Learning Black History, She’s Ready to Teach It

Almost everyone in my family is a quick talker and quick answer-er. In fact, we hardly ever have a family discussion where people can complete…

By ShaRhonda Knott-Dawson

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Posted Feb. 10, 2020

When Cops Outweigh Counselors, Schools Set Students Up to Fail

Black Lives Matter. This statement has sparked inspiration, fear and anger across this nation, but this has always been the message that Black people in…

By Kelisa Wing

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