Tiphani Davis

Guest Blogger

Teacher, South Middle School

Morgantown, West Virginia

Tiphani Davis teaches high school English and world history in Morgantown, West Virginia.

Previously, Tiphani has worked in Prince George County Schools as a Teaching Fellow with The New Teacher Project and is a StudentsFirst Teacher Academy Alumni.

Davis received her bachelor’s in philosophy from the University of Louisville and her master’s in writing from Chatham University.

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Posted Oct. 13, 2015

The Coal Miners’ Kids Need Options, Too

Just south of Charleston, tucked in the valleys of Appalachia, rests Welch, West Virginia, a once prosperous and thriving coal…

By Tiphani Davis

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Posted Aug. 20, 2015

West Virginia, We Have a Problem: Teaching 21st-Century Skills in a 20th-Century Classroom

As an educator, one of the worst feelings in the world is when you open your laptop only to find…

By Tiphani Davis

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Posted Feb. 26, 2021

February Is Black History Month. Periodt.

I swear I wasn’t trying to end Black History Month with white people and skinfolk that ain’t kinfolk foolery but … Yesterday my homie, Dr.…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Feb. 26, 2021

Want a National Effort to Combat COVID Learning Loss? Study Your Black History.

We know all too well Black and brown students in marginalized communities are now bearing the brunt of the pandemic’s effect on schools—with inadequate technology,…

By Sharif El-Mekki

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Posted Feb. 24, 2021

Meet Newark’s Own Amanda Gorman, Seventh Grade Poet Makayla Brown

A month ago, as Amanda Gorman shared her beautiful prose during President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ inauguration, students at KIPP Rise Academy in Newark had…

By Laura Waters

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