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Posted Oct. 25, 2017

VIDEO: Meet the Bronx Educator Who Uses Hip-Hop to Teach Science

As a science teacher in the same school system where I attended elementary and high school, I have noticed a significant lack of engagement and what many call an aversion for learning science among Black male students.…

By Edmund Adjapong

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Posted Sep. 17, 2015

TFA joins forces with Alpha Phi Alpha to Get More African American Men in Our Classrooms

  Teach for America has teamed up with the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity in an effort to recruit more African American male leaders to the classroom. Alpha Phi Alpha is the only intercollegiate Greek lettered fraternity founded by black men and its core mission of leadership development, advocacy, service, and academic excellence are the perfect compliment to TFA's core values and mission.   “As a former educator, I can attest…

By Erika Sanzi

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Posted Apr. 10, 2021

EXPLAINED: The American Rescue Plan Gives a Huge Boost to School Funding

What is the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021? You may have heard it as the “second big COVID stimulus,” but the actual name is…

By Laura Waters

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Posted Apr. 8, 2021

I Know What the Challenges Are for Black Teachers and How to Start Fixing Them

I will never forget the moment last year when a seventh-grade African American student came to my door and said, “Mr. Taylor, I just wanted…

By Aaron Taylor

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Posted Apr. 7, 2021

We Have No Idea What This Year Has Been Like for Our Kids

One year ago, my now-kindergartener left his bustling and diverse transitional kindergarten classroom with sensory learning areas designed for academic and social skills development to…

By Sonya Heisters

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