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Posted Sep. 16, 2019

I Hate to Inform You, but Not Everyone Is Above Average in Wobegon

Wherever you live, there is a high probability that Minnesota is low-key superior to your state.  We are the safest state in America, we have…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Sep. 11, 2019

Here’s Why We Must Open Schools to Authentic Parent Partnership

When I taught first grade on the Navajo Nation, I’ll never forget when one of my fellow teachers—now my wife—wanted to host an event that…

By Landon Mascareñaz

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Posted Sep. 6, 2019

Teachers, I Love You. But Sometimes Your Unions Are Full of It.

Ironically, I spent part of my Labor Day arguing with unionized teachers on social media. Yep, I sure did. Because every time I make an…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Aug. 28, 2019

Classroom Jobs Let Students Take Control of Their Own Learning

Is there anyone happier than a 6-year-old who has been entrusted with an important task? Kiddos, in my experience, like almost nothing better than to…

By Hannah Inglut

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Posted Aug. 15, 2019

Don’t Forget, Not Every Student Had Opportunities for Enrichment This Summer

This summer, my students and I learned that blue crabs are really feisty, but mosquitos are even feistier.  For two weeks in June, I chaperoned…

By Josh Brown

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Posted Aug. 2, 2019

If You’re Not Talking About Actively Disrupting Racism and Inequity in Education, You Can Kick Rocks

I watched the second round of the 2020 democratic presidential debates and I wasn’t as disappointed in the talking points as I was during the…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Aug. 2, 2019

What If Black People Had a ‘Green Book’ for Finding the Schools Our Kids Deserve?

Black families should not be forced to choose between schools that challenge them academically and schools that nurture and love them for who they are.…

By Carrie Sampson, Ph.D., Colin Seale

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Posted July 24, 2019

School Choice and High Standards Aren’t Enough, Here’s How We Focus on What Each Student Needs

On an early fall day a few years ago at a local playground, my friend Sarah and I watched as her three children reveled in…

By Ulcca Joshi Hansen, Ph.D., J.D.

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Posted July 3, 2019

How We Can Empower Girls Through Sports

The U.S. Women’s National Team is making a high-profile run through the World Cup, but overall girls aren’t getting the same chances on the field…

By Chelsea Culbert

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Posted July 3, 2019

Newark Students Deserve Education Champions Who Keep Their Promises

It’s no secret that education in the city of Newark has had a tumultuous history. It’s a history with a complex narrative—going from a distinguished…

By Tommy Luna

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Posted Sep. 16, 2019

I Hate to Inform You, but Not Everyone Is Above Average in Wobegon

Wherever you live, there is a high probability that Minnesota is low-key superior to your state.  We are the safest state in America, we have…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Sep. 12, 2019

Democratic Presidential Candidates Aren’t Talking About K-12 Education and That’s Why We Crashed Their Debate in Houston

All eyes may be on the third round of Democratic presidential candidates’ debates happening tonight. But let me direct your attention for a second to…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Sep. 17, 2019

Teachers, If You Want a Say in What Happens at Your School, You Have to Speak Out

Welcome to a new school year! Amidst the busyness of planning and preparing, remember to take a step back and reflect on how you want…

By Mary Conroy Almada

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