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Posted Apr. 2, 2015

From One Teacher to Another: Results Matter More Than Practice

The bottom line is and always will be very simple: If my students aren’t learning, then I am not an effective educator. Period. In his…

By Jessica Waters

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Posted Mar. 30, 2015

John Thompson: A Teacher Proposes a Different Framework for Accountability

Since Education Post publicly launched last September, we have had the privilege of getting to know people across the policy spectrum who are passionate about…

By John Thompson

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Posted Feb. 11, 2015

Let’s ‘Check Our Ideological Baggage at the Door’ When It Comes to Improving Schools

As the debate continues in Washington, D.C., and across the country about the role the federal government should have in Congress’ new version of the Elementary…

By Michael Vaughn

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Posted Feb. 21, 2020

We’re Teaching Black History Month All Wrong

News flash: We have been celebrating Black History Month all wrong.  Black History Month (originally “Negro History Week”) was started by Carter G. Woodson in…

By ShaRhonda Knott-Dawson

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Posted Feb. 20, 2020

More Than Anything, I #LoveTeaching for the Relationships We Build Along the Way

When I divulge to strangers that I am a high school English teacher, I am typically met with skepticism. “You teach teenage brats all day?…

By Lindsey Jensen

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Posted Feb. 18, 2020

Black History Is American History and Should Be Celebrated All Year Long

As a Minnesotan, February is a signal that the warmth of spring is so close yet so far away (seriously, last Thursday the high was two…

By Simone Hardeman-Jones

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