Zachary Dorcinville

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Poughkeepsie, New York

Zachary Dorcinville grew up in Bronx, New York and went to school at P.S. 11X and M.S. 180 in the Bronx. He has since relocated to New Windsor in Orange County, New York since the passing of his mother in 2012. He is currently a student of Dutchess Community College in Poughkeepsie, New York.

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Posted Feb. 6, 2017

After My Mom Died, I Thought I Would Never Work Through My Depression and Do Well in School

When I first heard the soul crushing news that my mother passed away, my entire body went into a state…

By Zachary Dorcinville

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Posted Jan. 4, 2017

Going From the Bronx to a Suburban Public School Was a Complete Culture Shock

7:00 a.m. Waking up as an 8-year-old, I got out of bed and proceeded to the bathroom to brush my…

By Zachary Dorcinville

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Posted Dec. 5, 2018

What Oklahoma Teachers Can Learn From the Montgomery Bus Boycott

On this day in Montgomery, Alabama, 63 years ago, Black people strategically rebelled against one of White supremacy’s ‘systems.’ That day, Black folks got into…

By Nehemiah Frank

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Posted Nov. 29, 2018

I’m a DACA Recipient and a First-Generation College Graduate and I’m Nervous About What’s Next

It’s a day I’ll never forget: September 5, 2017, the first day of my senior year at NYU. It was the day the Trump administration…

By Mayra Gonzalez Menjivar

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Posted Nov. 30, 2018

If We Want to Retain and Recruit Teachers, We Have to Walk It Like We Talk It

I have attended a lot of educator conferences this year. A common theme I heard over and over again is the challenge of teacher shortages.…

By Kelisa Wing

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